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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1904
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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VOLUME\ XVIII DELAND VOLUSIA CO., FLA., SATURDAY MAY 7, 1904. NUMBER\ %9lMM

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Supenr\tendert'\ '| Guilliarrjs of East Florida SerrHrjary' Verifies the Allidavit 5' $'i- :tt4 w

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FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES-- ----------1: I [From Jacksonville Published Times-Union by Professor of Holloway.April 29 1004.Kilitor &. I i4ILE6ISLATUREDo ; E L A T U R E


Tlim-s-Unlon is your Issue! l lowing namesV.: N. Slicnls, .T. C.
I of April\> 1(1( I see In Mr. Shents' reply I Cnlhoun, David Williams, Win. H
to Mr. Ilollowny be him taken occasion ; Hare, :Xatlian H. Young Mrs. .\. \\".
Opposition to the Trusts. to refer to me III such manner that I Sweet nml Miss M. J. A. Flgiierou.( I Ii Ium .........................

feel in Justice to myself and the occu- i well Cecilia iliteci with 1I'. :Sheats'. ( ,..( -,- ( << ..( "U. ", ..< Q'-JL' : : Favors Income Tax. pntion) In which I urn engaged, to inukn, signature, and know that the one
'the following explanations: : signed to that repot was his. While you favor the true principles of sound Democracy? If so,

Perfection Inter.State Commerce Commission. Mr. Sheut begin Ills reference to not h familiar with time other signatures i
me by tmjlntf/ : "Here IK Quixotic culv- I noticed that all 'I'I'O III dlnVrent
; Federal Aid for Good Roads. airy 0)!). Besides repenting the for- h handwriting. The Xutlian n. Young VOTE FOR BRUMSEYC
gt'ry; lie drugs a lady Into the cess-poul: whose Hlgnutuie/ was nixed to tlie report C
_' Duty on Egyptian Cotton. of politics." Mr. Silents ia mistaken U a negro and In president of the who has knowledge of law is the ';
Do a
think the
( I bout Mr. Hollowny's dragging me State Normal I mid Industrial. I School you man ,, >I.
Rural' Mail Delivery. into this political I campaign; he did: for Negroes at 'Tallahassee, Fin.
I this himself. I'll tell him when and, ".1. M. UUILUAMS" most able to represent the people in a law-making body? f

Ample' Appropriations Suwannee River. how he did It further on in this com "Sworn to and subsel'lbl'lbefore\ methla '
munication. 21st day of April A. D. 11)1)4.\) ) If so, ;41
Military Park at Olustee.iirTrTr Mr. Sheuts says: "Its it possible that iSenl). "r. M.I IUVKKH.

r the one Vibo gave' the lady the ed uea.I "Notary: Public I for the State of Flor VOTE FOR BRUMSEY .
'n"'n''n'' ida II t Large."
7'ti",7i7'f lon blie possesses, and studied her Int .
: : >rt 8ts aa au.llIma te of my home for; Mr, ShuntD guys: ". Ir. Hollowny was
-- seventeen years, and promoted. her In-I not there and l knows nothing of Are opposed to the public lands of the State being given .
Hun. John C. Jones to the Voter A Card from Mr. Pattillo.To crest: us thousands well know. ns zealously what occurred tnUInt,; at second linnilnn you
aa though she hud been one of Imaginary( (lomciHatlon hoping It ;
To My Fiiends and Fellow Citizen* of the Voters of Volacia. County my own children, that I would have I might( be ncfpptpil us \ery truth, by to the railroads? If so, .-.;it,
Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida. : The time has come for me to rest my lei'suaded, or permitted, anyone any- those he wished to .dupe In l bill mail\
Case with you.I where, under any circumstances, tomve quest, for ol1lc...." And, Mr. Shents"' further -
As the campaign. rapidly drawing have endeavored to make a straight VOTE FOR BRUMSEYAre ,
denounced her? Certainly not n mijs: "I mi.v positively that the :
to an .end I address tills letter to forward upright canvass desiring to h
yu. lIelro. Cnn anyone point to any act of liuly was not nearer. than sixty feet of $
At thp very close of my former CHIUpaigu present my case to yon and trust fully lilY life which Justifies such conduct only me when the neirni: npi-naclied' ", and -f?
r in your' judgment as to what Is for the nsked me for .. the American Book Company
In 101)1))) hundreds of postal cards.Higned bent interest of our schools. part? HOIIHconcert tli l ets. you opposed to ,
in my immefin) ( typewriter), were In to.this I which had, been given me for distribu
reply moat astounding
The is with and
question howeveryou
xnnt to the voters, of the Circuit falsely may decide this I you question on the tatemeiit and (jueHtlon, I desire to Hay tion to the tvncheiM fiom tills :-otll t... having a monopoly of the book trade in the Public f
declaring I hal withdrawn troin the t 10th of Mny I shall abide that decision Iiat It was Mr. \V. N. Shents who She was In the midst of II crowd pass- .
race for State Attorney. They were 1 I Imailed h ing Into the hull." If
hod''[ with perfect satisfaction. rugged me into this campaign. It Schools of Florida? so,
pilncipally to precincts I ', The welfare of our schools and their was ho who, during the Booker WnsuiiKton 1 did. not see Mr. Sheats give :Nntlinn
been unable. to \lilll, ...ntt..o timed as to'. | best interest are to be considered above excitement on February 2, 1003: H. Young/ anything, nor iliil I see :Na-
reach" the voI4t on tl'e morning of election I any man' desire for office while In n rage of Ill-temper before nn"ndUnatlon tlinii 15. Young III'"roll"'l11'" :Simeum. Is. VOTE FOR BRUnSEY '

day. I j I I To all of my friends who have workedfor ; meeting held In the high", But I dId see M r. Simm',,be leave the assembly
.. I have in my possession umny affidavits me, and to all who may support meat School auditorium in Unlnemlllp hall and beckon to the (colored
\ from vutemvm> received these the polls I desire to express my most toured out the wrath of his greatest man to follow him. TIll'hulh; went in Tallahassee
citrdrt .and by these car ls their votes sincere appreciation.I indignation upon me, clothed in invee- Into the passageway outside. I Immediately Do you think our Representative
were diverted. from myself. I am convinced reiterate. my former pledge if tires of which crossed( the lind
the basest of men rnoni went nut
for the interestof
however thtt this wns not the elected to devote my entire time and would shudder to apply to men much of n door on the opposite side Into nimssngcwny. should be a man who will look out
mt of inv) former opponent. In this effort to the work of the office so bog less to a Ind.v, and there I tint, with l My Intention was to go
way the result of the election wasfhnnKed. as I may hold it. Iown all the all the time? If such is the case
This fact Is well known but I favor the patrons of each school the "friend" he tells you he Is to me, oil the first floiir! to tlm :N. K.; A.postolllce people ,
but
:lerhapa! not eneriilly known throughout / having a voice in the selection of their heaping his. abuse upon me until, n I on urnrlng. my 1 Immilmie'emmlltul do mark of two votes for
laus..1.Ybl whatever
the Circuit. 1. therefore, deem it teachers. I favor the elimination of gentleman In the audience arose and ) would not lime you one your
'ominn ml oil him to desist m done the same? Mr. Shears
from the was
use xpeiikIng -
proper to call the name to your atten- poll tics from our public schools as much i
t'on.'! as possible. of pitch personalities. excitedly, and was 11I'l'hlll'lilt' Representative for
I nwuie of how loud l he
PROF. crn.LiAMSAFFIDAVIT.. was talking./
Gentlemen of the jury the case Is
; I lam in the race for your State with "State ot Florida. Alnchiia Comity. rime two men were stuudlng with their
". you. JAMES L. PATTJLLO. Before tile Biibserllipr personally lip l backs to me, facing a window. Mr.l
Attorney to the finish. imred J. :M. Gulllinms. who being Shouts hail hU foot upon the seat w hlchextended BRUf1SEY
dilly sworn deposes and says: On 1 across thu end of the en
Let no rumor or report to the contrary To the Voters. Tuesday morning, July 7, 1IX>3, be- t trance lime hi. Instead. of going/ down .
deceive yon. I R.ok my friends to :wen the hours of 0 and 11 a. m.. 1m..t stairs. I walked tow'mil the two men ..
be on their guard, against repetition of I take this method of asking the vot- W. N. Sheats, State Siipprlntend- l Intending really to heiir what wan "goIng .,
mi< h a fr.ui'l' and like attempts to againdefeat ers of Volnsia county to give their support Pot of Florida in the l oim. I slopped' wll i hum few -,
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the l) Pl'8 will to Hon. W. M. Holloway for State a pnrlor In Westminster tho parties' and heard what I liii to routed -I has fora
Jauius Alexander arranged
All that I uk Is.a fuir deal and I beg Superintendent) of Schools. Knowing lotel. Itoston Muss. h ,before I In the ii Itlehmi vii. I at onetime who IH responsible' for my having I"'C'III| baibecnu and
friends him Intimately. and realizing his abilityas 'ilragui'd/ ', Into this campaign/ ? Tlie siinie VOTERSHBEW I big political pow-wow
that my will take care of my "Thereerf' present from Florida I thought I'd just stand there mid, / at DeLeon Spring, Voluttla county
nn educator. I feel no hesitancy in two men who hate licensed ?Ir. Hoi-1!
I interest until the polls are cloned on iV. B. Hnre of Augustine./ .1. C. confront them wh..n they" turned, but tomorrow, and it is hid avowed Intention
May 10th, 1IHI4 If this is done my majority asking the suffrage of every voter for rjnllioiin of Tallahassee, !:IIHII Clem realizing.. :llr. Shme'a tie vas III n rnge( ofeniper h louny of doing It. I I to feed all the candidates well .
him '
will he ilecUlve that nomination on May 10th. Vote for Holloway I ell) nut understand. whnt Ir. SlienU I
so my I of t: ", mid (
lampion m'lmmg
Ualnes\llle and three or cmi a scene deeply I before allowing them to talk. As '
and assured t.I'II!
) will be assured. I leave thlet' rest that your schools will means by liming( "henrt-burnlngs.( I
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four .
otlierM."After 'uimilhitcd. I passed buck Into the assembly he practice of gastronomy tends to '//Po
be in safe bands.
matter in the bands of friends and but I do Know \\hat It meaim to have
my ARE'Timely
m hall I i the there be
by
smile door through t uce somnolency may 'Ji.t;
the
Yours truly, piisslng compliments of ( prO
rt ask that I be notified by wire of any attempted I which the hem" iiehlngs., scheme
M.G ROWE thpdllY with my ncqualntunces. I had men went out mid was III some deep-dyed political
( repetition of this act. I CLK.M HAMPTON.JIM .
it. am the same seat Just bntk of Mr. Alexanders hospitalitynsacola "
of Miss ,tback
; personally exceedingly.: gratified and Mgr DeLand Telephone Co. louie conversation with Mr. Sbeats. I Hnley :
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of ,
':' grateful for the universal expressions old him that a meeting had been held Chicago that I occupied( w'lieu I hail Journal. __
"/. of confidence and esteem extended to nt t r. o'clock p. m. the day before nt the t rli'st" entered the hull. Some one might 1
Florida sliT I must Innc lind a great donl of A SUCCESS. ,
headquarters J ALEXANDER |
;* me during my personal canvass among room we of
you. With assurances. that I shall always CASTOR ivere then In-In pursuance with nssolatlon ( i urloslty or suspicion on that occasion. Warning Disgrace. VotersWhen
giro\ to the discharge, of the high program and that I had been I confess I did. I dalles ot the office my best effort/ for For Infant and Children. ecommemled, a a tIm> member from. la evidence of why I wns suspicious. ful Tactics
,v i your welfare anil the honor of our beloved The Kind You Hava 'lorldn of the nominating committee What John C. Houk, a Famous Campaign ,
L State, Always BoughtBears of the :Nutlonal Kdiicntlonal AHsoclulon. .Ir. SII<'II ts HIIJS: ":Slr did I ask him you go to the

St I am your fellow-citizen. the I remarked that owing to the, to make a speo<'h nnywhere or about Tennesseean Says of Him. --
/ mall number present at that anything/ nor did he. I can produce
t ,JOHN C JONES. SillDatureotIt it might be well to hare another meeting meet- )his a hlIelm,\'it to this effect but will not (From the Suwannce Democrat) Taliaferro to be Attackedat oils on May 10th to vote

lug and that I was perfectly. tiling ho .iii re-igleel Into confronting" 1hilly Jim Alexander candidate for Con-
lint such be done. He Mr. Shouts, with the ntlldmlt, of a npgro, us my opg rese, has been conducting a very energetic the Last Moment, in the Primary, don't fail
laid he lied desired. thu )I'ClIIl'lIl'oul' place (mem'aid canvas for this position and
Attention Democrats he lind desired the place (member ntlldiivlt Mr. Slients will not have a negro's he U continually receiving! letters of Too Late for Denial, by in voting for Judge of the
of the nominating committee) published. I inn told ilumelf; that he anted, to help noml l is. carrying It nrouncl and rending It to wish him well. False Accusations. i
t. Send Florida's Delegation to National smote hu friend.. Foshny of California people' ," The following letter is from lIon Criminal Court, to put across

for next president of the association. MISS HAMPTON'S AFFIDAVIT John C. Houk of Knoxville, who The Democratic voters of every
X in frontto
lie also stated that he proposed lo TOUCHING THE "TEACHES'H: succeeded his father In Congress as mark ( )
Democratic Convention at light/. that 'Blue-stocking woman,' CERTIFCATF." MR. SHEATS HAS representative from Tennessee and precinct in the State are hereby
MlrfD Clean Hampton and see that slie HAD SO MUCH TO SAY ABOUT who was considered one of the stroug- warned that the two principal ( the left) of the name
did not /get the position of State di FROM THE STUMP. est men ever in the lower house: opponents of Senator Taliaferro,
r-: St. LouisUNINSTRUCTED. rector. I urged severnl times that Messrs. Stockton and Jennings of
"Uallll's\'lIIe Tin. ,
iinother meeting be held If be ::'o- 14 1003.- Knoxvllle, Tenn., !March 31, 1904.
were Superintendent W, M. who now, as heretofore, are
Ilollowny
r I not suitli+tied. lie said several times I Gainesville. }'imm.: near Sir-I herefiy, Mr.\ H. D. Barcey, DeLand, Fla. working as a unit against him, ISAAC A. STEWART
over he ;;; certify thnt State Superintendent, '.
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made by the of .e
desperate sense
that be proposed to tight that 'Bine- Shouts did know Dear: Slr-I: noticed from the news- -
Everything points to this aa a Democratic. year. Roosevelt. who has been stocking,woman,' however, and. see ply for a teiRher's that ceI'IIIIClltl.t1"Ite I Intended to\ap l papers that my old young friend, impending defeat, are preparing! Over-Work Weakens
'; termed "the man whom everybod ia for and nobody wants." is a weak candi that she did not get anything./ I toll under the twenty-year clause/ of the< Hon James E. Alexander, whom I to deliver a final blow ut linn, at

date. The signs of the times point to the nominee of the National Democratic him the members to secure a recommendation from Florllla-from.I law enacted by the Legislature of 11101\ knew, Is so a long candidate and well for in Congress Washington on- the last moment, when it will be Your Kidneys.

f. :, Convention aa the next President of the. Unl led States. naming some present one for State director because he mid I discussed the matter, the democratic ticket. I have often too late to repel it, and with Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.

It ia important to the Democracy of a small State like Florida that it should who would be unobjectionable to himself on the I'lin-Amerlcan i\poxrtlon quarreled with him because {he belonged which they hope to turn the sentiment
grounds
..!. .:, be on cordial terms and have some influence with the National Administration. and to the others, from Florida. ,of in July Italfnlo.17, 1001:N.) Y., It on was the decided afternoon but since to the I was wrong. political able to party,. of the people against him All the blood In your body passes through'
never: :
If Florida shonld send a delegation to St. Louis Instructed to vote for a certain and that if I acted aa member of the that I should stay north nil tho him to turn his back on persuade Jefferson under circumstances which will your kidneys once, every three minutes.

,. candidate "first, last and all the time." all hope of establishing such relations nominating the appointment committee I of would that try. tosccine summer, and arrange about th(' cortl! Jackson and Jeff Davis I sincerely preclude any possibility of answer -, ,, blood The kidneys purifiers,are they your(liter ft'
m
would be lost; It would be possible for Florida to be in the absurdif not by the association but again person urged I ficnte when I retmned In the fail trust that If his district must or defense against such an I out the wasta or
ridiculous attitude of which I lIllI. I never gave the mutter have a democrat in Congress. that he unfair and dishonorable attack. In the blood.
for that Impurities
voting repeatedly a> candidate who had long been eliminated a meeting be held then and thereby .
.,. froinVie' contest. the delegate then present from I any 11)02{ further when thought.until August Kl, will be the lucky or unlucky man. Voters in Sections! of the State K they are sick or out
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Florida... ,ild ICDt.t( delegation to St. Louis UNINSTRUOTEU.! leaving the Florida. Again lIe said thnt he did not Superintendent, received a letter from stating the State tlmt In all my experience at the national will probably be deluged with. of their order work.they (all to do
want another meeting and capital] I never knew a man who possessed -
stated timid t
delegates free to east Florida's vote for a man who I ia BEST FOR THE NATIOIN he would see about the other matter., he had ordered Superintendent! Hollo- more of the\ qualities that printed matter from the source Pains,aches and rheumatism
BEST FOR DEMOCRACY BEST FOR FLORIDA DEMOCRACY BEST FOB "About 1 o'clock p. mu. I met Mr nay to cancel my certificatemid. tlmt should be possessed by a successful indicated, containing all mannerof coma from excess )I' '
,... DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS. Shents again and asked him what be C I must take// the September examination and hustling member of Congress.No false and truculent accusations of uric acid In the

.-. The Democracy of Florida should be represented In the National Democratic I had done about that matter, meaning: If"Very I expected respectfully to teach, man can do much in Congress: for which the authors dared kidney-trouble. blood,due to neglected '
his constituents unless he is broad
Convention by Democrats UNPLEDGED anti UNINST %UCTED, who can saori. the State recommendation director. of a person for "CLEM I1A IMOol. enough to recognize the rights of all not bring out earlier in the Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady e
lie
': flee, if necessary their personal choice and vote for that Democrat whom the I had had a meeting replied and that that be they Mr.Shents "Alnchua County." people In all parties. Strict democrat campaign because of time certainty heart beats, and makes one foel as though i'
hour may produce. had been "Before the subscriber. personally aa James E. Alexander la and with which they wouldbe they had heart trouble because the heart I 18
A, recommended ns II I appeared Miss Clem Hampton who. has been yet by word and action he met denied and disproved.The over-working In pumping thick kidney7,
The named the member of the
following are UNPLEDGED UNINSTRUCTED candidatesfor nominating committee., ,
I blood veins
and
being duly sworn deposes and save has always shown that he was big poisoned through arteries. i4
-.:: Delegates: I remarked that that was u strange thnt the above and foregoing statement enough to know and admit that even information upon which It used to be considered that only urinary 'e
way to do, as he had a few hours be troubles were to be traced to the \ \
signed by her, Is true. an East Tennessee radical has some this warning is based is deemed kldnay,
FROM THE STATE AT LARGE. fore refused to bold a meeting, and "Sworn to and subscribed before me rights which both white and black trustworthy and the only means I but now modem science proves that nearly : '
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stated that I did not like such a way of r this 14th day of November A. n.. 1003. men should respect I do not know all constitutional diseases have their beginning
,;, (Vote for Three.) doing business. "3. M. RIVERS the people of the congressional district of thwarting the threatened assault I In kidney trouble. ,.,.1....
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"I then went to the office of the secretary whose indorsement my friend is to caution the friends of I I llyou are sick you can make no mistake "

.. T. J. APPLEYARD, of the National Eduoatlonaf I have been told that"Notnry Mr. !Slients! Public.. says Alexander seeks and it would be Senator Taliaferro. throughout the- I by first doctoring your kidney. The mild AISOd -t. ,
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Association anil asked to be shown the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot !J.
the
highly improper for me to meddle In
that he did not know Mr. Ilollowny had State to not the slightest at-
,, W. J. HILLMAN, i report of the meeting held by Mr"Sheats Issued Florida democratic politics, but as pay the great kidney remedy tosoon J
me an teacher's
aged
and others. One of the secretary's certificate his personal friend I wish him ,to tention to anything brought into resl ed. It stands the highest for its 4I .
CLAUDE L'ENQLE. clerks handed me the report until he two came three here from Stnrko. lIt'Mpl'nt win His district would make no mistake the contest in/so stealthy and I I wonderful cures of the most distressing aes: -.,''i
which contained in mihstance the following or days with Mr. to pin the ribbon Jim. cowardly a Senator '
upon manner. .
John ,
W.
Wldeman the latter .
r-1 FROM CONCRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. : 'At a meeting of the Cmembers John W. Wldcman 10 did not says.Mr give; Very respectfully, Taliaferro:! and his supporters I I sncllasoldonltamerlta..
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?:. Vote' for Two from District you are In. of the Notional Educational p Mr./ Shenta his Information about that JOHN C. HOUK. have ever carefully refrained 1 ,
Association from
Florida held! at the
Florida headquarters. July T. lUOit 'W certificate, but Mr. John \V. Wldeninndlil from the use of such disreputable ample'\ bottle by mall _..tini.ium.iifree '
FIRST. SECOND THIRD.W. N. Shents was chosen RS Florida' tell Mr. Sheath that It was thought If Jim Alexander la gaining over I and< disgraceful methods of also pamphlet le11lD170\l how to fad CI
representative Mr. Ilollowny would be bla opponent the district like he I Is in Swannee. I out If you have kidney or bladder trouble
R. FULLER. D. N. BATCHELOR, P. Q/RENSHAW, mittee.' on the nominating (com nnd that something must be done to county he will\ be! elected to Conrres. :warfare, and they profoundly regret Mention this paper when writing Or, IC.UaIC.

A. 'P. JORDAN. D. LaAVtbIN..'- C.'L. WILSON. I "The report bring out everything they could posplbly Happy Jim will get a 'large vote here. the necessity which Impels I I tt Co.. Blnehamton." N Yo. J ,.';-1"I,'.
: _was signed by the fol-
& get<< against.Mr Bollowar. Now -Susfanhlee' Democrat: I the publication C of?; I b4. .warning.. $ > ,5 {ft:''c::: --1"

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YOLtiSU COUNTY NEXT' TUESUAl'8 r9IMtRY. CANDIDATE BERT FISh I ALLOVER THE COUNTY convenient and to H the kitchen.did Edwin Peterson ...:\. .....c:. ..........,..,........................ .......It....................,..,.!J!!!..........".., ...............'1;'.
RECORD. W Stone the :
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oarpente .....:::-:ecec: :: : :e.1Ioeeee: :: :::-e-: :
Next 10th, is work and John Bradahaw amWfclenr
Tuesday May ill
High Compliments from the Stat I ITEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO Parrott put down the well in good ill ,

the date of the general primaryfor Superintendent and the Board. THE KECORU OFFICE BY ITS' shape and they had better luck thai ttif'> WATTS & MILLER, ,ifif,/
1' '. at'DeLaod. Major R J Btaliop'a that
Entered In the Po ffloa Fla., darkey he pot
a. Moond 01... matter. the nomination of every candidate DeLand, Fla., April 27, 1WM. COKKESl'OH 1>EST8.!< to dig a well for the glue shop. The; w. /
My Dear Sir:- darkey dug tao crooked ifif
something 01 /
the Democrats are to vote Some time since, I announced -- the gopher cave order that he fell out HARDWARE FUMfiME :
B. E. PRETATT Editor A Proprietor. the of the County mi i / /
: for at the November election, through press ': Pierson. at the starting point near the still and
candidacy for re.electlon to the oOlci never leached water. Just at annse \ /

from United States Senator of County Superintendent of. Public his head struck the glue kettle and i 11 ff :
Instruction. knocked his wooley head and hat into: t \ /
Mrs\ R H Ashley is quite sick. She Is
-.. FOB: down to constable, and it is important I am not disposed to resort to any being treated by Dr Kerr. smithereens and he quit. UNDERTAKING /
unique method of obtainingthe attention ift

; 1 STATES SENATOR that every Democrat of the Democratic voters of Franze RoHengreen has improved his -.-. 'i''; LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE, FURNI- ,,4ia )
; UNITED the nor do I rely upon deficlen place by erecting a barn on it.
should avail himself of the County it a; A nitnre and Everything for your home the Bent and Latest In'J'
: opportunity des in the record of an opponent, but runtime of the Pencil Jim Cede ofWestPierson.weot OrangeCity.The the Market, and our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for the ifif, :
VOTE FOR should shall simply and plainly that If if/ Is /
to'vote. They say to DeLand last week. : fine class of Goods we carry. HOur Furniture Department three
my past services have been acceptable ; I doors north of our Hardware Store, and when in need of anything in .'/
ifif'/
: vot, too, for the best interest of and you believe the school inter After a pleaaant visit Will Woodard i i1,1t'lJe. white school will close about the onr lines we will take pleasure in showing yon through either depart-
JAMES p TALIAFERRO safe in hands, 1 shall left to his New 20th ifif./
ests are my appreciate Wednesday ; Smyrna of this month. ment. We have the goods you need and will satisfy yun. or your
and their cordial .
their State county.
your support. [ .'
WHOSE! NAME &! C -MMONL.PRO' The record of my four year,,' ser Mr and Mrs Frank Taylor will stay; ifif'/ money back. /

For United States Senator, for vice as Superintendent Is my recom (lay Master to visit Axel friends] HagHtrom at Highland departed M Park on till quite late in the summer if they goat <, / Careful Attention given all Mail Orders. \iff'/

j : NOUNCBD AS I IF IT WAS mendatlon. The County School Hoard all. /
Governor, for Congressman, The has never been in better condition,, awhile. ifif:/ UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. : f
SPELLED financially or otherwise. than it i Is today Prof T B Hiclrenlooper, a veteran The Pbilbrlcks and Mrs\ Oaks left ot / if/
Record favors and has supportedthe
and the past year sulllcient linn his tent pitched here Monday. via Enterprise and the 8t
photographer John's River. ifif Mr. J. A. Stith, a graduate .ifif./
candidacy of James P. Talia- funds were at our disposal to !give a for a week. / of one of the nnest Embalming/

six months' term to every school in Thin quiet model family honest Nels Mr Jaa W Smith and, Mr Walters, 1i Schools of the country, la incharge /

"TOLIVEB ferro, Robert W. Davis and the; County I Pierson and wife, IIHVO extra crop and life insurance agents, have been here ififi./ of this department and, '/
short letter however. can-
In this will and iff
give careful
truck. this week soliciting insurance. prompt
garden /
Charles ,Dougherty respectivelyfor not attempt a resume of my term I .! attention to every getail Ofthl"L t.i ./

.. these exalted positions ; andin work, but without boasting I think I Mammy William Stone near 90 I There are only a few more left now ; work. \''ti
if/i
record la one of which 1 old visited in Crescent -
can say my years daughter ; who will wend their way to Northern
its support of these candi- need not be ashamed.My City last week. climes as the weather gets warmer. / Funeral Supplies: I. .!

Vote for your State's best interest dates it has been and is sincere ; experience has given me Insight/ Farmers withtheir iff
me prourpfming nicely
and power, and I believe I could Mrs Fletcher and, Miss Warner, ai \ / Always in Stock.
'* next Vote for it is for the best interest worK. The Monday shower was ,
,: Tuesday. it believes make the next four years, more fruitful Invalid young lady, left on Saturday for if/, .
1 I of bunnUt than who ls a welcome guest. their Northern homes. and Mrs ... "
can .
Taliaferro Davis and State that these anyone Major -
of t
Dougherty. -- '-
.ci: our less conversant with the educational( The Rarper' BIOM> Olllo and Harry, Brenna also went on the same train. ,......,................ .,......_.--I. ....., ._..........._. ._. ._,_. ._. .
t '" gentlemen should be, nominated. conditions and needs of the county. returned to this pl.ice' from Fort Lan-

; .' Stockton and Jennings areI'I" a They.have i been tried, and they Personally, I may say that continuOUsly ilerdalo' 'Thursday., Mr Dieffrnback' is talking of remaining ,--------. ---------- -, -.--==------- ,- -" ---,-- -

"unit, to4, .Sefeatf:: Florida's greatfriendiIIonhmea1. hive always been true to an have, lived and not in"from Volunia time County to time'for' I After a two months' outing at the lubly' through keep the the hotel Bummer open. and There will have pri ...:,_._......,..,._._......_._.....-._..............._._._.,...._..;.&; ;&&:$&
e-: e-: ei :
"i: : ?. T.IL iafel1o.l' honest and patriotic people who twenty-one in the years.school My room life either has been as old Ashley Palatka returned home, handsome here Snnday.Miss Bessie been four guests at the hotel this week W

,} Machen and Beavers are thinkIng placed the sacred trust in their spent pupil, teacher or superintendent and N L Pierson, one of our formost Mrs F from M Rust Jacksonville and Miss\ on Blnme Monday returned 'i''Never Before W

hands. Do not them for whatever may be intimated.. It can orange) grower sent forward a large W
': swap where bad been \f/
4 of running for Congress so not truthfully be said that I have shipment\ of grapefruit to Baltimore they ( to accompany MnJeitzuaau

that they can be vindicated by a candidates who have gone over ever neglected a trust reposed in me. Fiiday.:! North. and Mrs Norrls on their way m Have we carried a more
committee. the !State: abut ing these partiesand I and am those sure with that whom those I who have know been me.associated Mrs Robert Welbern of West Palm A subscription paper has been going m Complete Stock .of (ISw f fJf'

everybody who expressed a in school work, will be the Death presented her mother. Mrs I C J arjund this week to raise money to

'i;.: Democrats, put no faith'in the wish for their nomination. last to say that I would neglect one Cochin Hughes chickens with a lust'half week.dozen fine Buff continue: the colored sihool another FURNITURE
duty that would redound to the welfare month and has been quite generally! :t :
t :political stuff the Stockton-Jen- Messrs. Taliaferro, Davis and of the boys and girls of Volusia Miss Carolyne Pye of Einporia was a signed/ by the white people. It is a good

ningg-Barrs! crowd are sending. Dougherty have conducted a County. (harming visitor to this place Sunday. cause. Everything for your home-the latent In style-the bent 't\
'th '' Very respectfully, Handsome Jake Harper treated her to gi that is made. We want to take yon through this depart-
you through mail., clean campaign, which appeals BEHT FISH. ] ride about The city baa been engaged in repair. ; ,,f'
.. pleasant buggy town. _'. ment of our Store. You wi1! Una the poods( you want and
j t ''j----'i* Ing the street and side walks. Repairsand
;
to the manhood and at that
honesty so- From Superintendent Sheats. Dr John MacDiarmid, one of De- inprovemeuts are going in various m, prices mm
After what he has said about
ber judgment of the people. Tallahassee April!), 11104.. Land's foremost physicians paid this directions and another year will see the CAN'T BE DUPLICATED W
the water cure it would be odd Ion. Bert Fish, DeLand, Fla: plicfi' a visit last week to examine J A place still more attractive, and street
What contrast their ;,
a campaign Harper and J J Bishop. for a 11000 life f _
for General Miles\ to accept.wfth My Dear Sir: lamps will make the streets more ntractive " " "
'j has been to the mean, con- An the examination of all Annual] Insurance policy. at night. Jf' Jt'f

: avidity a .Prohibition nomina temptible, unwarranted attacks Reports throughout the State has J II Jones, of Orlando, brother to Mayor True's the of !f Undertakers and Embalmers !t
was
I wish to write scene a very
tion. just been made now candidate for State attorney John C
from their opponents who have and congratulate you upon the neatness Jones for the Seventh Judicial was in pretty wedding last Saturday on which ,,
occasion Mr Bird811ye 0 Pratt and Miss : Full Line of Fine Goods :
sought to inflame the minds of and accuracy of the Report filed this section last. week in the interest of
The Japs continue to be victorious Lizzie Lukens were united in wedlock.
for the school year ending June 30th, his brothers election.
on land and sea. Four: the people against candidatesinto 11103.( for Volusla county. The report Both of the contracting parties were !q t Always on hand.. !t
i IB and D>> George Kerr, accompanied by residents of this place. The rooms .at
not accurately -
only neatly prepared
thousand Russians were killed ina whose shoes they are not but I think it la nothing but Messrs Abb Jones and J J Beers. attended the Tt'ues were beautifully decorated. .
for reason the annual convention of the with palms magnoliablooms andolean- J. F. ALLEN & CO. !
land fight on the Yalu river worthy, this alone, right for me to thank you for your Fla Horticultural Society in Jacksonville lers. Rev J (tJ Halliday performed the f t
in which
last to step. These parties are promptness, act you give last week Dr Kerr re-elected of the knot at 10.30 \ ,
Sunday. evidence of thorough co-operation first vice was ceremony The tying a -.. -.-- -....___._._,._. ._., .. .
now sending out malicious, toward helping the educational workto president in. people\ present were the guests

Vote for the uninstructed delegates slanderous literature through be handled with dispatch. Mrs Thompson, a charming lady of of the Trues and a few neighbors who
wind of affair and
the
got quickly drop- .... ..
I The Annual' Reports, as filed by the Astor and the excellent wife of turpentine ---
l to the national convention. the mails ted in. The witnesses were Mayor and
: :, to voters, containing Superintendents this year, were better operator A A Thompson spent a
Mrs True Mrs Fletehe.r sister of the .
Their T.J. prepared than I have ever known of last wrek -
iicrtion of the
names are Appleyard, misrepresentations and bare as guest -- -
Mr and
Mrs Morse, Miss Dick-
groom :
that all of the
before. It
them: seem of I D of
lamily Capt Harper west I
W. J. human, Claude L'Engle, falsehoods, purely manufactured, Superintendents are interested in Pierson and Emporia friends. nson and Mrs Squier, Capt and Mrs Comfortable Clothes.No '

D. N. Batchelor and D.L. Gaul- that their work and are anxious to make Clark. Mr and Mrs Philbrick. Mrs Oaks, _
knowing there is time : _____ I
no or their the banner Deputy Sheriff Robert Jones, one of Irs R I U::! Leavitt Mr and Mrs White, -

; / den. opportunity to prove their falsity. county respective in the line of county schools. DeLeon Springs' most prominent and Major and Mrs Brenna, Mrs Dozier nnd ; -': i; : : .
Trusting that are well and en- popular citizens, was in the Pierson two children, and Major Kingman. The : : lady i to wc'llequip-]l #
: Every voter in the county should much you I settlement last week. going; and returning irrepressible Maj Brenna was the firstto I and winter : '
1r A call has been issued for the joying prosperity, am, the 1T--c ped for the Fall as
put their seal of condemnationupon Yours from the big Hawcrefk flat woods salute bride. After congratnlaions -
national convention of the Populist very w.truly.N. SHEATS to inspect his sheep range and flock. and felicitations( the bride and I ;r I when our 1-Vrfe tly Tailored i

] party to be held at St. Louis >not such contemptible meth- Diet. M. V. V. by W. N. S .o' politics in his visit. groom where they took took a carriage the train for for the MrPratt's station .-u Garments make up( her war I
ods not vote for them
; only From the County Board. A number of good men, candidates
July 4-- two days prior to the Northern home. The station was the :/ robe. Not' oily clothing nwde i
but stay at'the polls and plead DeLand 2;; 11)04) were here vote fishing last week among scene of another jollification in which .
FU, April I -
but
Democratic convention. Is this them being candidate for Criminal j.0j lightly for bud &comfoit
Democratl! rice and old shoes figured in > I
with their friends to vote for 'othe :: Voters of Volusia a prominent
Court Judge Col U M Bennett of De-
.i a promise or a men ce? County- part clothing1 mad) : rightl for ot r
Taliaferro Davis and Dougherty. Land, for county Tax assessor W A Mc.
Our attention has been called to a Bride of Barbervilla for County Com --- mental:: bat isfai:linn, Those I
t' It was announced last week Volusia will give her vote, by a statement, circulated bv a candidatefor missioner :N oah Harper of Ormond and .
I who the Lest of the tail
:!
the office of Superintendent of Mr. Pattillo Writes In Reference to 'Ti want (

that vast oil fields had been.discovered large majority, to these candi- Public Instruction, that may lead others. School Board Letter. 1\t\ or's art find it here If you've :
date and The Record sincerely some who are not thoroughly familiar! That consuming 29) karrot boll weevil '
in
.: San Domingo. ,The with the excellent work that has been friction developing neighborhood politi- My attention has been called to a a pecuhaiity in your d,>sire for'

next day came the news that the hopes that every Democrat' oj done during the past three years by cal, liar that is trying to injure and letter signed by members of the School kri1i7\ perfect clothes! ;, we'll(: fit that

'administration had determined the county will vote for them. the present iflcumbent Mr, Fish'to ,lam age our faithful Seville1 school com Board, and being; circulated by my optonent ) : .
that he had of missioner L E false peculiarity.
believe neglected some Canaey by reports
:ti* to, assume the charge of .affairsin The Record has said before the duties pertaining to the office, ought. to be drummed out and sent to fur the office of School Superin-::!
tondent in which It is stated that I have ____ ___ .
in that country. and it repeats it now that Talia- while engaged in other pursuits dogrob for a negro battalion of crab M "
; ... In justice not only to Mr. Fish but flshomen in Egypt. charged him with neglect of duty inre XLICKER. ERC ::;
ferro's defeat will be serious
a to ourselves, we feel that it Is our gard to the management of the schools
H A
House and coach painter Hansen ___ I
The two-state bill intro- this insinuation with all
was blow to the people of Florida duty to deny
of this place and wife are delighted of the county. This I wish most emphatically -

duced in Congress by the Republicans and to the State's best interest. imHte the emphasis connection In our with power.the Our school in- Darenta Their household has increased to deny. I did say in my announcement ._ ---- -. ,-, ...-- --

1 solely for.the purpose It makes this declaration out of work of the county and our assocla- one. Their friends offer congratulations :
because of a charming little 10*
of making a show of j justice and no, personal. consideration for our ion, knowledge with Supt.. of Fish his capabilities, together with and "pound lady that has arrived to make I promise, first of all that if nominated DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty WorksJ.
then the tier home with them. It was born and elected I will give to tbe workof
"breaking word of Senator Taliaferro. We scarcely his enthusiasm in the work places us
Monday of last week.
In a poslt'on! to know whereof we the office my entire time, thought
promise to the hope" by postponing have a personal acquaintancewith peak: when we say that no work has Rev William Campbell of Tomokaand and effort, believing that in no other ,. T. CAIRNS, Hropr. and Manager.DRESSED .
.
their admission till De the Senator, but every been neglected. by him. and nothing Rev E A Hogearth of Frnitland way cad the best interest of the school .
-: cember. has been left undone that should. have preached two all round splendid sermons .
man knows what he has done been done or could have been done, in the Baptist? church at this place work be served LUMfi3 R

: for the whole State and her people that wauld have benefited the schoolsof Saturday and Snnday last,,, After the This I have also] said In personal conversation AND ROUGH .
TJ In.a speech ,on the tariff on this county We know that Mr. services were concluded] the membershiptook with, the people over the

,Monday Senator Bacon proved at Washington. Aside from i Finn baa conscientiously discharged sacrament and washed each others county, and desire to repeat it here with Celling, Flooring1] Siding, Turning Scroll Sawing, Moulding Window ana 'a
his'matchless record, he deserves' every duty and devoted to the work feet. The church was pretty well filled Door !Frames, Newel Posts, Balusters, Mantels, .rul'ne Porch Columns, etc., 7Shedding
that our sewing machines, sold of the office every minute of time and the people seemed to take a deep emphasis for Groves and Pineries nf Cratei and HOle Material; a specialty

for $15 in England' cost $25 in a second term, as has been the that wall required, or that the work interest in tbe service. JAMES. L. PATILLO. Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building.

.1 this country, and that :American custom always, and, the. Democrats needed Results are what count, and we can Since the departure last weeek of OELAND, FLORIDA.
should respect this time- refer with pardonable pride to the that handsome little lady from her (urev Blooil. Poises, Cancer, Ulcer, EeieniM
steel rails could be bought $5 i a Einporia home to her Pennylvanla :Medicine. .. _. .
honored custom of rewarding u condition of the schools of the county Carbunrlm He. Fr. -------- -- ---- -- -- -- ------ --- -
ton"cheaper in England than in today, as compared with the existing home that remarkable good depot
faithful servant with a second ondlllon agent of ours. J L Bailey, looks sad and Robert Ward Maxey's, Ga., says:
; a few Mr. Fish
Pennsylvania or Alabama. years ago. "I fluttered from blood poison, BOND LUMBER COMPANY.Will
my
lonely and reminds ua of the fellow
term. in hilt modesty and generosity. l Is Inclined that drew a blank at the matrimonial lead, face and shoulders were one .
to concede a large portion of
of corruption aches In bones and
mass ,
;:" : It ia'now said that if Stockton, the credit for this satisfactory condition lottery: at the has friendship tugged party. at Adjutant his- Joints burning,. Itching, scabby skin quote yon prices and supply you, from their yards near the depot at DeLp
CATTLE HEN FOR TALIAFEKKO. to the members of the school Bailey : away
all{
with the best and
I down and but yellow pine
I was run discouraged cypress
: Broward and Barrs are defeated beard and mustache till he don'thave
Ii board, but while we have done the pretty
Botanic Blood Balm cured
i me perfectly -
.- 'next.Tuesday, they will not submit Down in the great cattle country -' best duties we could pertaining, and have to our performedthe offices to to shave any more. healed all the sores and gave my Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling Monlnicyr; Turnings

Mr David Jones the progressive west kin the rich glow of health. Blood
to it. They will howl fraud
of DeSoto Polk Osceola the best of our abilities, we are con-
Balm life into blood and
Pierson Snnnyside orange grower and put new my SHINGLES LATH, ETC.
f,9"; {' 'as they have done before in Du- scions of the fact that he wa< the ] sold last week 4 section new ambition .Into brain.'' Geo ,
Manatee and Lee the cattlemen'sassociations planter a acre my
"man behind the and we feel All Lumber. Building and Fire'! Brick proknptly delivered anywhere In thEN
guns /
of his 49 lot of west Pierson muck- A. Williams, Roxbury, face covered
val and the acre
},iI; county, carry on fightas .are doing everything that It would be unfair to him did we land to C B Jones. The rich soil of this with pimples, chronic sore on back; of _________ __ ____ .___n ____ _.___ -
not make this effort to the .
independents,' Stockton going they can for the return of Senator credit where it place, and line garden; spot is vegetable muck and lead, suuperatlnif swelling1! on neck,
properly belongs loam and is well adapted to rating ulcer on leg, bone pains, itching -
before the deep sandy
; legislature as such.
....
-r" 1 James P. Taliaferro to Wash- at the same time to deny and brand truck: growing and gardening. Mr skin cured perfectly by Botanic

",; t _.J. '. '" ington!; for another term. They aa absolutely false any and all statements Jones has a pretty ten acre lot well Blood Balm-acres all healed. Botanic
A The total capital of industrial intimating that the schools or drained and fenced and about ready for Blood Balm cures all malignant bloodroubles
; ,, ,
are fighting for him for what he the school work 'of the County has W. BOND 'CO
such
the seed. 50 hogs are now clearing the as eczema. scabs! and t
trusts is Those
been in the
tt .$7,240,842,583. has done in the National Congressfor neglected even. slightest Fish last 3 acres of the fenced portion of his scales, pimples running sores, carbuncles .
organized since January 1,1898 particular by Superintendent 49 acre lot. scrofula etc. Especially '"
..t; the cattle in this very respectfully,
obstinate
industry vised for all cases that have :::: Maoufucturf or :
,'i+" :represent the enormous sum of State in the Cuban question. J. L.. CHANDLER, Chmn.L. Capt S E'Smith marched the first reached the second or third stage. '" .'

ll" $0,500,013,500. That is to E CAUSEY platoon of company Pierson Mulligan Drugg-ists .1. To It cures
say, prove : Orange Box Material Pineapple Crates Peach
Here is where E F. KNAPPE, ,
M 1 a people are grate- Guard to Prof Hickenlooper photo- sample of Blood Balm sent free and ,

}c ;c -4 more than nine-tenths of existing ful for the benefit they have received Members Volusia Board Public Instruction graph tent here Saturday afternoon and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co. :;:: Crates Orange and Peach Baskets Straw-

:' ; ,i trusts have,been organized Couuty. hud the luds in group picture taken. Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and :
:. through; the hard and un- The following lads composed the free medical advice sent in sealed Baskets
'
; etc.
a '< >"since the, Republican party returned tiring efforts of a public servantin platoon: S E Smith, Capt J L Bailey, letter. berry ,
\ to" in 1807. They Lrlntc on ii.. Slight .l.t.. mounted adjutant A 0 Harper, and J I,. '
." to power : their behalf. The cattle in When a luit'enc! lumplulux of u 1 luiil S Baker eergta .L D Powell and Peter : Orflers Filled__ Promptly__ and dipped Any- [

';"&..h ve: ,sprung up and flourished dustry of Florida. is a. large and taste In his inuiitli every "moinliiK" nil Bradahaw corporals, first class privates Mr. Alexander. to the' People. ; .
fI Bunder: Republican admimstrafjtion wukliitf up. HIIJM u |iyniclun! the oral, Fred Hodgson J J Hnghea Ed Parrott, DjcLi.HI: Keb.ai, 1004.' ''" where. : ,\

':- "to"'a : extent beyond'8n'y: rich one, and through the efforts question I link lilm IH im to the |io, ltionu Will Ashley. John Dttlnrd John Dartia Mr Bait. am AND FR BMDI .,' ".

:1, ,; of Senator Taliaferro Washington assumes ",111'11Ootoll/ to slei-p. An Chan Smith Henry Parrott Joseph As you are nware I am a candidate furCengreas :;:: Addrvsi : ".' '"J .;
Powell, John Bradahaw, fifer. Charlie ? lo succeed, our next Governor. '
; :it thing,previously;: known. I the cattlemen of the State Immense nuuibiT of inoplv sloup. ou tin- Shaw: drummer, and Jake Harper com lIon. 1I..hert W. DavIs, who tana 10 shy ; .' E. W. BOND & CO., :
left (title, mid Ibis la the most roiuiiiiincsutte and fur the Ian!
:' faithfully represented( you :
;:" i:Rv Fifteen thousand dollars haye)been .benefited many hun- missary. honored by tbe .
a day, of hue uii|>lcuuut taste wlilib IH eight year good people Lake -
,'-;: .:'a'f/otol of a million and half is dreds of thousands of dollars. ItemniluttrlbuUU! to dYSI.t'I.sllI.| If M Col ;J P Felt ranks as one of Empona's rthla, the fleeced Dlitrlot with a seat In : Helen. Fla.Tn .. ,
.
model citizens (onureas. I pledge saul and every one of I"' .

,1'said, : to( be' the ''pric, William (Cast vote for the uninstructed thn men*I Itour hud Own of going nilwu to Iwd.within to sleep two on or ILllI la most evidence enterprising by the substantial improvement you attention thut I to will the devote duties my or whole laid time poaltlon.and ls............................. ........ ,I- ,.,.. : '-

.Randolph.ls Hearst .la'paying. for your the left slilu Is to itlvv the stomach n he Is making in his hometown Without tbe l jurist taint 01 egotIsm or I'>reumptlon. .,1":' ,
: to the national in the of _._ .
delegates and on his place way I think 1 van do more for Chit '
tusk which It la difficult lu (lie vxtronuto ----- -- ---'--- ------' ;
: .,presidential :fad.. A man who building repairing and remodllng his District mid the htaie thnn any of my dl*- .. Mr. ,
convention. perform. vhs student or nimtoin handsome domicile eto. He InKutalu opponents, on account of my .
painting
", i i. unusually-well informed. as to know tOut till food enters and l leaves baa at work ten carpenters, with Mr long service in Washington us private _>- nrmr Tin Pi-pe fitting Tin rooim*. GUI

".,.'-. the' ,I",!"workings? ,of. 'the, Hearst. Alabama's delegation, as wellas lu* stomach on tuu rlicbt .Hide und Ed Bolts from DeLand an foreman, uulntnnea raury to Bonnier with. public all,men my and iwraoiml measures...-, 1 HI ill .:' H *V terin& and spouting Pumps / .

;; Bttreau*'';'saysthis. / Is'about' the 'Georgia's, will vote for Parkerin after hence vutlnir sleeping Invohv oil tlio a left sort side of pump anon! erecting long fruit an.np packing to date house.80 feet He by 75 I la alto feet lit with the the National duties Cupltol.and proceedings and mv faml'iarlty of Con JJVJUJUDUj :repaired,, wells and tanks made ,;'f.... ,

,*iiieii i'tbe;: r-candidate :is ,the, national. convention. lag opvrntlon' which t la anything iuteoiidiivlv. Improving; his barn, stables and other reia 1 shall meek a east In Congraaa uahe to, order. Repairing of all' '

:, At the 'tfme( ., to aouutl rvposo. Tut in-llon butidioc, adding. other room porches platform and principle nf the grant Satisfaction .
np '; ; present paint, eto. Major R 3 Bishop, the Democratic Puny and not through ..I>u.. of ThlSmith & PJumber.kind3- guaranty
of the heart In Mlxn iiiterrered with "
.....: thirty-two-'delegates, .The check that Wilkinson Call hustling; Mayor of Eldrldge, U also the rich or ,poor of our Stow or N.itl.in.I .. .
considerably mul the lunu, & arc unduly will be gliwl to hear from you at anytime
!Iv! ersZeet1matre:and sent to1'the State'Committee for coiuprpHW; .rt. It U probable that Ijlugon building beautifying remodllng bill pretty residences little town with by [ ou the pulliloal aliua" Inn in TOU- eo- Shops next door west of ;bank., IndUna(; Avenue .

E him.. toM of,450 when $250 as his assessment 'as a candidate Uiv .buck I Ie the incut natural 1 POHI- additions and free application of paint Inn always, especially command aa me to whenever Conttreaa.I.run You serve o.n ..

: Uon. but few then emi rest easily so. and whitewash or friends In any way and a.1 any
you your
t I fat St. paoi :tor'United States Senator '
every and IKMU-V, It .U. bout to cultivate: the nie'With '
":'"1 have cost him ''Waodt&w't.\ .'' on", the New ,York' bitl>lt of .nliH>|ilnii on the right aid.. It Merchant Jak Harper ha about. tout wishes. fir" yoU and' your I DON'T WBROPEJ Job Work *' ."
handsommt dwelling .. ,
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'V'' "t .",.:,."S i"rt banking house. of.'J.;,,P.Morgan.&;I' la very liirwMj" n matter, of habit and, in this one place and ,put down a.plen44yter Your great obedient aarvant .

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Mr and Mrs. Smock will spend the! ,(

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NEWS STORE Store News STORE NEWS < with the DeLand O. E. delegates and her people.were delighted :"Reliability": : >Ims 44Trustability: !; !! :ff '''f,'


" " " " " " ,;,,," ," ,," ,,,," Mrs. Powell of Jacksonvill, is vial .J .. ,
4IO. ing her daughter Mrs O P. Carson For Men Stamped "Ralston" '1


A. DREKA '& CO. of Mrs the to the week.U. A.Chicago:M.. Heath home and the family latter returned part. ''i S H 0 E S For For Man Men Stamped Stamped"McElroy't"t'Royal Blu Special"" .' $$3$4'.3'.70'50 00 "'.',, u...;:



D. C. will meet at usual place UNION MAD For Women Stamped "Amr ""an Girl" $3.50Shirts ,

Monday, 9th, at :8-80( p. m. A full meeting I II I

We will begin this week sellinganother lot of I rellueeted.Secreto.ry.Hon. Monarch ,

John C. Jones, candidate for t .00 | $1.50 I '
or Cluett
State Attorney, was at DeLand this ,
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR week in the interest of his candidacy c.-, KIRSCHBAUM'S #
t Suits .
Mr. Jas Vase, one of the old and respected ..HAND-MADE.. 6..50 to $13.00' ''IS-
citizens of Port Orange at ,;
,' was
11 II' nss rrYm ns smrsrl :nsr ms sms
the county seat this week on business Are Perfectly Reliable and can be trusted as to "t

Corset Covers, beautifully trimmed, at. ..25C Ribbons Mrs. Allie Wilson leaves the first of .1

Beautiful lot] of soft Ribbon just in I the week to visit friends in Jacksonville material, TKHorhman-

.. for Commencement. before going North for the sum Fulfill the conception of beauty
Drawers, full size, with wide CambricAC\C ship, fit ant IDalue.{

raffles at 85 ots. Better quality. Wjr Shoes and Hosiery mer.The as"Fitn8ss."These

Gowns at 75cts made of good muslin and ( Assistant Superintendent and Oxfords FIT Come and Inspect .
Fine lot of Tan Shoes for Women the Master. of Trains of the
beautifully trimmed. Q ( :Men, A. C. Line
Better.qualities at.. ...(9 8 C $1 .48 and Children, also Tan Hosiery. were at DeLaud Thursday on a tour of and are noticeably Stylish. them for Yourself McElroy's. .:

Gloves and Mitts inspection. I Phone l7

Sklrte made fall and 75 C TO $ I.4 8 I Capt. T L. Rodgers, the Dayton We are Sole Agents. /1:

well trimmed from. Ask to see our White Assortment of County Commissioner, was here Mon. -A* '

Lace Gloves and Mitts. day and Tuesday attending the May .. .
We ask and -- ---.- -'- ---
to call examine ---- ------ -
you ;
I Fancy Ties session of the board. Camel C_........ ";
our fine UNDERWEAR General Manager H. B Stevens sent Death of Mr. II. E. Ostpen. Camel carriage are not common SPECIAL NOTICE jJ

before arranging to have them I A new lot of Fancy Ties just put tel Monday last, the first shipment of In the death of Mr. H. E. Oateen conveyances" most parts of India The next visit of \

made at home. I sale, the Latest Style. peaches for this season. They were of which occurred at bin home at Outeen, but on the great trunk road leading to

I the Peen-Too variety.A in the south end of the county, lout Delhi they are frequently to be _n. DR. E. T. ALLEN OP' TAMPA. t
They are large, double story wagons, 1
number of ex-Confederates of Friday night, Volnula, loses of its THE
the one
Outfitters to Men Women and Children. drawn sometimes by one sometimes
oldest and moot Eye Ear Nose and Throat Surgeon if
county were in DeLand Tuesday at. respected citizens. by two or even three camels accord f

Mail Orders Promptly Filled and Prices Guaranteed. tending a regular meeting of Loring Mr. Oeteen was 85/ years of age/( movIng ing: to their size. Iron bars which give to DeLand. will be ,t

Camp Confederate Veterans. to this county from Columbia county them a cage like appearance were originally \
I Saturday May 6. <
The Democratic Executive Committeewill about 00( years ago, and for years, Intended as a defense against ,
back in the 70's' and 80's filled robbers and the carts were probably
the officeof
meet at the court house next! week .
Q. A. DRBKA & CO. Tax Collector and Sheriff and held also used for the conveyance of prisoners.
Saturday at 10( a. in. to canvass the returns other "The most picturesque 'property' TIMBER LANDS WANTED I
I potations of trust among his peo
of the primary election. "
IO-I! !? : r DRY GOODS CLOTHING, SHOES, MILLINERY AND GROCERIES. ple. When he first located in Volusia of the Punjab government says

Don't forget to see "Mr. Bob," a there were few families residing within John char-a-banc Lockwood to which Dlpllng la, harnessed"Is a huge a The undersigned wants t

11THE charming little play to be given at the her borders, a. few on the St. Johns team of four or six flue camels with to purchase timbered pine

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.m. Putnam next Friday night. 13th, for side
and a few on the coast.! There are leopard skin housings and gayly at-
the benefit of the public school fund. only two now living and in the county tired riders." Neither camel nor bul- lands in this county, large I

LOCAL SYNOPSIS. The largest and finest lot of hosiery who were in Volusia and had families' lock cnrts commend themselves much bodies heavily timbered

CARPENTER .. received Brill has In. when he from I to the western traveler, but In out of
ever by ;just come came Columbia, those Will
the the latter often preferred. buy any ?
places are
All styles,, black and white, lace and two are Mr. Geo. Sauls, now residing way

rgansAre THE IMPORTANT MEWS ITEMS: OF plain. All exceptional values lOo to at DeLand with his daughter :Mrs. i found very useful. amount large or small. If i

THE PAST WEEK. 50o. Davis, and ]Mr.! W. B. Mintihew of the Took Him at HI* 'Word. you have such timbered

made to WIN and to WEAR and to give PERFECT There was little business before the Barberville section.He In the year of 1083 the forces of King lands for sale or lease give
leaves: a large family of children and Alfonso VI. attacked( the Moors and 'j
school board this week other than
SATISFACTION IN EVERY INSTANCE local and Bool.ty Items for th. P'*o|> *'. I
drove them of Madrid. In this of
routine work. The finances of the hoard eranchildren to lament his death. The out I description same.
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" " " Paper- -BrUf Mention or Pact a. connection there Is a legend that the
funeral services held last Saturday *
are in fine condition, with a large cash were S. V. HOUGH
They have a Sweet Deep, Mellow Tone so much desired .. Spgovlans. who were allies of Alfonso ,
.D by oar Reporter.Dr. all of Osteen and from
hand. many
by the trim musician.THREEPLY amount on
had been checked by the snows In the
Fla.
A Bellows stock is used which prevents Mbllette's Remedies at Allen's.A other sections attending the funeral DeLand,
Mr. Henry J. Clifton, one of the lane mountain passes of Fuenfrla and were I I
warping and splitting. the
interment
in family burying groundat therefore late In the main I -
The Double Rivited Rec Osteen.
within itself. seat hIs body of the army, which had eat down
county Thursday. Henry says FOR SALE at a BARGAINOne
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last.Mr. ---- -- before \Madrid. "Sire, they Inquired
An Absolute Guarantee for TEN YEARS. H.: V. Hugh has ordered ft new for Taliaferro first, last and all the CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORS MEET' of the king "where shall we camp?" I of the nicest homes in this section -

They have. been Manufactured for FIFTY-FOUR years. I automobile.Mr. time, because of his good work at "Innlde the city" returned Alfonso House of 8 rooms, bath etc. Large

A Catalogue will be mailed on application. F. A. Storer left Monday for a Washington in behalf of the cattle men --- with a sneer, being angry' with them stables help cottage, etc. Situated on
of the State on the Cuban cattle qnesion. Large :Number Delegates Present and because of their tardiness. They took I DeLand and Orange; City shell road.
short visit to Tampa.Mr. .
Beautiful grounds of ten acres, contain-
COLEMAN & ERICKSON, cattle should vote for the walls
Every man the king at his word carried
Robert Bond was in town from the Meetings' Best Ever Held. ing circle shell drives, Orange Peach
and the next morning the banner of Pear and Palmetto trees and all kinds
I-I DeLand Florida.
Lake Helen him.News
Tuesday. from turret of
reached DeLand the latter part The sixteenth Annual Convention of Segovia was floating a Shrubbery. House and grounds pipedwith
Judge Stewart went to the coast the gate of Guadalajara. the fine Granite City water. ,
of the week ot the death, Thursday the Florida Christian Endeavor( Union
= =
-i I Monday on legal business. Dearborn This is Rare 41 3
-- --------------- --- -- -- morning last, of Mr. C. H met in DeLand on Friday afternoon a Bargain.

JIE1'lIonl CHURCH, SOUTH.Corner ITS! MAT SESSION. The city council holds its regular at the New England Sanitarium, wherehe
i > April 29th, and continued in session an That Beautiful <.lu.. Inquire of ,
monthly session Monday night. had arrived a few days previous, accompanied Monday noon, May 2nd. About one
Near Rich Avenue and lionle- comes from the varnish in Devoe's W. C. CANNONS
yard rumors' Study ihiireli. The Business Before the Commission. Mr. Robert Jones was in town from by Mrs. Dearborn... Mr. hundred delegates. from over fifty so- Tarnish Floor Paint; costs 5 cents ,

Preaching morning and evening at the Spring: Garden section Monday.Mr. Dearborn bad been quite ill all winter, cieties were present, and the meeting; more a quart though. Sold by Geo. Cannons'Stable. I
erg at this Week's M-etliig.
usual hour .every Sunday Prayer meet- Dan Blackwelder was at the not leaving his hotel. the Putnam. It were full of interest from the beginningto W Fisher. Box 504 DeLand, Fla.Women's t

ing Wednesday evenings. 7:80: I I'! county seat from the north end Tues- is with profound regret that the De the close. The President H. C. ,
The Commissioners held their --- ----- -------- --------
Sunday school 10( a. m. County Land people hear of this death. The
Junior and Senior Kpworth Leagueat regular monthly session last Mondayand day.Tax deceased had been coming to DeLand Graves of Ocala being. unable to be
3 lOud 6:bu p. m., respectively.You Tuesday with all members Collector Perkins Smith was at >resent, the meetings were conducted
aru invited to attend all these present DeLand from New Smyrna: the first of from his home at St. John, N. B., for by the Vice-PreBidunt. Cap. E O. Woodof I
and
the business
services. J. E. MlCKLEH. Pastor. I following was tile week. the past twenty years, and he and Mrs. Avon Park whose gentleness, fervor IRtgbts I
before them: Dearborn known as DeLund. and. efficiency added much to the
were
The. pulpit of the Southern Methodist! I I The following{ road and bridge reports Beautiful new Lace, Silk and Paper and the warm friends extend people Measure! and the success of the meet-
church is to La occupied by Rev. J. S. i were submitted: fans just received at Brill's, So to $1.33 many Ing". The Program; which had been LEFTS si
Axtell next Sunday evening at 7.80: District and upward. sincere regret to the Rood/( wife. The prepared by the Secretary, Miss Grace Also
No DeLand
Repairs on remains were taken to the St. John Townsend of Avon Park and other
o'clock. You are invited to this and and Orange/( City road, No 2progresson School Commissioner Knappe was home. They always took an interest in members of the Executive Committee

the morning service,at that. church. DeLand and Daytona road at Tiger over from Daytona this week attending everything for the benefit of DeLnnO provided a feast of good things which I IJJ..3
-- No of the May session to the board. were enjoyed by all
Bay. Repairs to amount $2-
Services!! at tile First M. E. Church. and her people, Mr. Dearborn formerly The usual business of the Conventionwas : .JJ.FOUND
No Repairs on Wingate and Priest The month of April was one of the owning considerable grove and land conducted with dispatch, giving

The revival Meetings at the First bridge above Tomoka-No Progress moat delightful months ever experienced interest in this county. more lime for the contemplation and

M. E. church, have been well attended, on Daytona and New Smyrna road and in Florida or in any other country. -- -- -a---- enjoyment of devotional and practical IN

I, and ifested.considerable Rev. Wiseman Interest, is who being is man-con- I repairs on New Smyrna:! and DeLand School Commissioner Causey came in I Early:: Closing' Move and themes.inspiring On address Friday was evening given an by able Mr. '

ducting the meeting is an able and interesting 'road. from Seville Monday to attend the I We the undersigned, merchants and Von Ogden Vogt of Boston: Mass., F
I speaker and all who have not The pension claims of Mrs. Bettle ot the International!
General Secretary:
i beard him would profit by doing so. regular monthly session of hie board. business men of the City of DeLand
He described thereat "
Hale Society. impressively
was approved.The and pledge ourselves to
hereby agree .
, The meetings will be continued all next Gasolene Cooking Stove for Sale- work that had been done by the
week Notary bond of D. A. Morrisonwas close our respective'places of business
and the is in-
public cordially
vited to attend approved. Two burners and oven. In good condition at 6 o'clock p.i m. week days except Society. in this Country and throughout r rf'N'itN
Price only $8. Address this of Saturdays and then at 10 o'clock p ui. the world and he pointed out clearly 1
--- Rifle bond of Jacob Allman was ap fice. commencing on Monday\ the llth) dayof end hooef nlly the work that each society -
PRESBYTERIAN! CHURCH.
proved. May until the 1st day of October A. and the Union should seek to aoamplish. -
"What is the Chnrchl" will be the The bond of A. A. Montgomery as County Commissioner Thomas J. D. 1804:: O. A Dreka& Co., M. Davis, His address was well received f
. t theme of disconree on Sabbath morning. beef inspector for election district No. Murray came over from New Smyrna W. W. Alcott. J. F. Allen & Co., C. E. by alL After this meeting a pleas-
I In connection with this service, the Monday' to attend the meeting of his Blane, F O. Brill, Ryland & Spark- ant reception was given to the delegates for Ladies. :
11 was approved. board. man W D. Haynes, J. E. Bigelow, J. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Longdon.On Queen Quality
ordinances of Baptism will be administered. Annie Clifton was granted a rebateof H. Paxton, Chas. H. Yeargin, J. N. Saturday the delegates were foundto
I The Bible school, the League $2500 in Valuation to apply on personal The rain the first of the week was Sawyer J. A. Erickaon. F. P. McElroy be awake edrly. Nearly all were

, and the Prayer meeting will be at the taxes of 1903. pretty general over the county and did Klicker Bros.. V. M. Fountain, Watts present at the "Morning Watch" at 6 Walk-Overs for Men
m. The early meeting was held alsoon
110.
lots of good to growing and the &.Miller. .
crops
times. All cordi-
I appointed people are and
The Bond Lumber Co. was granted gardens. Sabbath on Monday mornings
ally invited to these meetings the right to construct a telephone line --- and were greatly.enjoyed by all present.Saturday ....
: County Commissioner Brook was lleHunrwful Major PouLMajor was tilled with interesting reports -
the Glenwood road from DeLandto
St. Barnabas' Church. aloug here from the south end the first of the loud coos nt-vur upset In difficulties. and addresses; but at 8 p. m. the .,
Bond's Mill through Glenwood.The Once he woe traveling with Convention accepted the compliments -- ,
week the session of his
St. Barnabas church Sunday attending May
Episcopal Clerk granted requisition for one board. luu Maclareu. Tliereiis a breakdown ot the Aquatic Club of the City and
May 8th: Sunday School at 10 a. bench and bar docket for Criminal on the iiilhvuy and the prospect took recess. The president of the Club
choral service with at 11 Mr. J. T. Clinton, one of the sterling and other business men in town had -
in ; sermon Court; one general index of deeds; one of n lecture eiK ii'iiiunt bollix: missed generously W. A. ALLEN & CO
a. m. democrats of the Oak Hill section, was and ?1OOO lost. \\liut he dill was to provided carriages and extended -
--- general index of mortgages; one general at DeLand the first of the week, and telegraph a long and merry message to the freedom of the buildings and
Index of tax deeds for Clerk Circuit boats of the Club to all visitors. The
next winds the hottest made this office a pleasant call. the nudioiKo about the breakdown,
Tuesday up say- and Jewelers.Drugs
all
license blanks for enjoyed ,
I Court; marriage excursion was greatly; by Druggists ,
political campaign Florida ever bad. County Judge/( and 200 deputy Sheriff All parties going North! by water will Ing he and Ian Mncluron would be arriving and expressions of appreciation were 'J
There will, however, be second primary appointment blanks lad it to their interest to see Professor not more than holt an hour late. numerous and hearty. Such favors to '

t ; In the State for some of the can Com. McBride was authorized to Carson. Special steam parties, with Singing was provided entertain the visitors speak well for a town and are \ ,
specially low rates, for Marco, April audience. When the half hour was up not soon forgotten.
Stationery r rHuyler's
didates. secure transportation for Jordan Laneto and May.The In came another telegram more cheer- The special feature of the Sabbath ,

The city election passed off quietly, his old home, at his request. Putnam closed for the season fur than ever, saying that they were servIces was the Junior Bally on Sabbath Candies, l
the ticket nominated by the Citizens Criminal Court cost bill ot 8883.79 coming along mind that Ian Maclaren > afternoon. The Junior societies Kodak Supplies,
was approved.The last Saturday. The house baa done a from all the churches of DeLand entered -
deteiiiilnvd lecture to that audience
to
Meeting being elected practically with Clerk was instructed to make a very satisfactory business for the sea was singing a beautiful and inspiring Florida Souvenirs,
I lu the world
out opposition A total of 143 if all the railways
. voteswaa general index of all tax deeds receipts, son just closed, the best it baa done down. recessional. Atter being seated on the Toilet Requisites! ,
The
officers will had broken
passed. new city
each society had a special ex-
and also of all chancery order books on- for platform
be sworn in at a special meeting to be indexed; the fee to be three cents for years Thu America ore on emotional people excise, and then pleasing and helpful Watches Dr. Mellette's Remedies
held tonight. each instrument. Mr. J. W. Smith has bought the mid they were Inteiestcd. Every addresses were made by Miss Weather Clocks

The Treasurer's report was examinedand Lake Qertfs grove north of town, and twenty minutes in Clime a fresh telegram wax, Miss Bracey and Mr. Vogt. Inthe ;
Row Hound Trip Rates found correct, showing following west of his present home. He bought with something funny and bright! evening the Convention by requestmet Jewelry,

To Nashville, Tenn for the annual balances: It for his: son Earl, and got a bargain In about it and always declaring\ that the In Chapel of Stetson University.After In.. Silverware, .t,,

...,..., Southern Baptist Convention and General revenue... .... ....$1006 14 its purchase. great novelist was advancing. It was a spirited Praise Systematic service, giving an Cut Glass,
-*..? Auxiliary Socielron May 12th to 18th. Road and bridge ... .. ....861300 Mr. F. E. Bond is out In the flat half past 10 when the couple reached eresting read paper Miss on Lenfestry of Tampa,
' Atlantic Coast , Fine and forfeiture. ... ..... 8706 88 the platform audience favored .
a. one fare plus twenty-five cents for the woods beyond Lake Helen now moat of and then the large was
The current bills for the month were them was hilarious. address Bible Fountain Pens Etc.4
able Studyby ,
1 round trtp; tickets to be sold May 10( audited and the board adjourned to the the time, superintending the construot- I with an on Dora.

t and 13. 1904, with return limit ten days next regular meeting, 1st Monday in Ion of a railroad from the East Coast A 'Iatara'' Weather Van*. The> Rev.service O. R of Williams the evening of Mr.concluded
J' from date of Bale. See ticket agents for Jnne. branch the Lake section. If the NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
full information. iy. to Ashly It was an old belief that preserved with a solemn and tender Consecration F
.
i Y HOD. J. E. Alexander left last Saturday body of a halcyon or kingfisherwere : service conducted by Mr. Vogt.

. for Nassau county, where he has suapended by a thread from, the The delegates for the acct: part con-
ceiling its bill would always turn toward tinned in the meetings nn',11 the closet .
canvassed that county this week in the -- "---- ---
.W' the quarter from whence the noon on Monday. Mr. W. C Norton '
interest of his candidacy for Congress *% of Crescent City wao made Presi- ,
Cool Off at wind was blowing.
: dent for the coming Misa Grace
tonight, Saturday, he will speak at Thus Bnrobns In Marlowe's "Jew of yeur.
continued
Daytona, and Monday night he speaksat Malta" says: and'ownsen Mr. E.was S. Upham of as South Secretary Lake,

i Fiidger's.KEEPS New Smyrna. "But now how stands the wind? Weir was continued as Treasurer. Spray
Messrs. Stewart & Bly were in Jack! Into what quarter peep. my haloyon'abill Resolutions of thanks were passed in l.9 .

sonville the past week, and made ar- ? which the officers! of the Convention, .
Hal To th* east? Yea
EVERYTHING GOOD. guments on the demurrer filed by the Bhakespeare also alludes' to It la the Committee authorities of Arangements, Stetson Univer-, theailroad Your Orange Trees'with

defense in the Forbe oMatbes cases "King Lear" when Kent in bis reply to .1 th, the business men and the Aquatic

" ..- 1'1'1111'''''''' against Mr. and Mrs. Stetson.' The argument Cornwall rebukes those who"Turn Club, and the hospitable people of De- Whale Oil Sulphur"
Soap
Try will be continued upon Judge/( their halcyon's beaks Land received special mention. ? "
Locke's return from Key West. With every .01.! and vary of their mar. The Convention was a great success
i..v c...." It was regarded by all as exceedingly
; $t. lE Imo's' Stand np for the candidates of your In more modern days a stuffed kingfisher enjoyable and helpful. Its Influence and Blue Vitrol. "' MI't t

choice next Tuesday, and have your has been seen hanging' from the for Rood will long be felt. The dele-

FAMOUS friends do the same. Don't believe any at Botley, !ates departed with enthusiastic expressions
beam of a cottage telling of their high appreciation of
of the reports sent oat at a late hour Southampton, and lu other places!
near the beauty and the enterprise of Da- G. W FISHER'S.
'43? Bread, Cakes, Pies, Cookies, to Injure the candidate of your choice. of that neighborhood where there Is a and, the superior' equipment and high ATJ ,

,,:, Candles, .Etc. .. ,. That Jacksonville crowd is resorting to kindred belief that if a dead kingfisher character o. Stetson University, and ,. : ,: rte' ,
" .& contemptible method.to get people. to Is hung up by its beak its breast wUl ha intelligence: and whole-hearted
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sTBfJita; aVai tint \ t. Sdrvife >N9, (Continued.froni tage..Three)
Ond has but to ,look back throng hi'. QUfeErij40Tlt .

tory to !see how closely! related I.h '
Olid nrllefs Abont Animal I'hacWre
forest to human vlt llty. It was id tbe
> He>U fcy Our Anoeatora.Our ,
forests of Thcssaly that the earl! respected ancestors had some :,r. i. .'..u. ;
received that liter J.
their
Greeks energy queer notions In regard to natural history '
flowered Into genius. It was the forestdwellers' Old Sir Thomas Browne lu his DESCRIPTION. t>WNER. 1

of Germany that conquered "Inquiries Into Vulgar and Common 1d -..

decadent Itoma and later gave to Spain Errors. ," discusses. many of the..... "That J:, J ': ] I

the1 vigor that swept back the Moor It brock or badger bath the legs ou one P ,_ .

anA brought trder her flag almost the side shorter tban on the other." be It Increases the appetite, tones up the lot 81..ub..of lot 1. bile 28, Daytona. R C Patter.on .;. 114.
whole known world. But today what not Btomacli and the ..and 24, sub of lot 1, blk in. Vayt .
says, "thojgb an opinion perhaps invigorates strengthens .
... .. Heln of Cath. Wilion .. 2U
is Greece what Is Italy, what Is Spain? very ancient. Is yet very general." Tbl and furnishes purer and better Mood for the up t lot 8, sub of lots 1 and 7, blk : Day .

They have been stripped of their forests belief was received not only by theorists system constitution. You will Had tonic tona ....... ..i. ,.. '.'', ,., Hair, ol Cath. VVII>on .. 183
run-down no .
of the : :
.' of and their building 11 and 4, blk 3. sub ol lot i. blK '
those nurseries vigor
bot by most of those who bad anil / where the health has given Daytona .M.... ... 2 John 330
beneficially . .. .
: decay has net In., Everywhere the law I dally opportunity to behold and bunt to net so promptly lots ID), 20 and 21, sul> ol 1 lot 8, ;lk'2i.. A.t' i : ,
holds eoo Sir Thomas could not
them; yet accept I lot 4, sub of stt oi oi lot blk 81 K t ,
section of the to n 'i. '
-;; manhood Is nourished which builds up this belief because it seemed "no Those living in tho low marshy' country, exposed Daytona .. '.... 4 .. !!*" ... .... 144 .
great civilizations. But, cities arise b4Kd.G j I I affront Into reason and generally miasmatic poisons ami breathing llie impure air arising from stagnant lot sub ol ; ri'; i'lul"4'bik: 81, ." !:: .10ppol .

I trees are swept away, and the inevitable easy and I their Daytona .... ... ..... .. J. K. Maley ..... .... 11VwVt
I repugjmut unto the course of nature. pools swampo, Canton Oblo An '. 0,19O3. oi lot ID, sub oi ty of n' of lot 4.blk .
: decline sets In. Forests once destroyed Wherever be looked be saw that the systems are filled with ma- Oentlomsnt S. S. 8. in a good moUioiuo. Ilapl 31, Daytona ) .. U E. Walton ........ Mwv
'f and over all the all tha whil It oi lot 11, sub ; 4,
cannot return tha Iwuno a
t sites of ancient civilization are blowing POWDER limbs\ of animals ou the opposite sides I'i II and their Iieultiruiulortonlo to aiva Btronirth to tho .t'n':1": ton* to Ulk' 31, Daylong ,i i..oif.rM .. .. J. M. Jolly ........... 0
of their bodies were of the same length mined will find S. S. t>. 1.11 the o: .....n.. It (f ve. ppotit, and anurlfvand lot 14, sub 01 sVi oi n'A ; lot 4: .11:
tbe desert sands.-Arthur Ooodby In and number and that none of them bud ; makos ouo feel better In svery way. Ihavafound Daytona .. ... .. ...... .. Willis 1'arker ....,.. ;lj
Mew York Times. Absolutely Pure most excellent tonic, ana its u also nn 03iooll nt blood purlflr. :por month* I w loo (t of *) oi lot 1, blk 1, sub ot .ttoi
L I nn odd leg. One would thick that tile timely uso has' many times was trouolod with an itoblnir skin eruption oa lot 4, 81, Daytona ..... .... .. llert Foster ..... .. 1 4 f,

mERE NO SUBSTITUTE question might have been put beyond ni-n ..>iiin<1 the serious th* face, nnd I tried epoolalitt* and many rma- w 3SU 1. lot 2, blk XI, Daytona :::::::: : Heirs o II. Coleman .. '
a.noaat. I. 11I08. \ com- | lot 14, blk I 48, Daytona . ... Agnes : Seaman .
;,. "Twice a your on April 23 and Oct I cavil by simply measuring tbe limbs that SO oltell that d.torotaoaP..bat8tB.s.tath.eo.>4od to reliave. I am now oomparatlvaly oniymsdtolnplications lot : blk 41)), Daytona ...... .... : .. 1. C. Hurt ... ... 2:
of the anlmnl but perhaps they never lot blk Daytona .... .. .... 7
i .. .. '. John .
I 6. .. .
fro of I <
28, write* a young Bulgarian woman .. from innlariii. this eruption. think crent deal ofvoul'
result .. .
lot blk Uaytona Victoria McCullum .
of that. 6. .. ... > ..
.
thought mf> In' Bofla"onr streets are full oft lots / and ...
living sub, blk OJ, Daytona, ,. K.
servants and people bargain with them THE LEONINE DUMAS. I The worthy knight however could Good blood good appc- and ton'o'! known to th*world to-dn.p.MBS. I lot: 0, bmith sub, blk oJ. Daytona ,. .. ... mot t"::::::::"':::: :

: accept tbe bnslllHk, though It does not tite und good digestion lire PBANK HOBNBK.138O lot IK, blk 1 Walls sub blk OJ. Day-

f'. for service. During the winter sea on Hew HI* Worshiper* Ador.d TheirLllerarr I Bpem tbnt lie ever saw one nnd did not the foundation stones of C.: Eoventh at. tun .... ...... .. ... ... .,' .. 1"bert VVilliQ .. ... 32 .
they are very cheap, as the peasant! : Idol. lot A>, blk JWall. .uu, blk L>ay.v '

;t,. send all their girls to the city to be One evcnlnir/ the bi-Klnnlni/ of Jane I question" Its power to kill by "Inflicting i .... good heull h. S. S. S.: sup-! Altoona.P...., Juno SO, 10O3. ulusiX'TAx"L'isr: 4'" ..6..... .. .. lien Gopdun ,...'. .... '128C.

hired they having no work for them I wns tnkeu to tlie rrsMtMiuu of Uuiuaii its eye. us old Dr.. I'tirr would > .0OXII'.e.1 phe.III/ these, containing have alwayabean avarsa to Blvlnir a ...tlmo. lot 4J, blk 1, Walls B2, tuy ,

t at home Tha price paid differs. Onet' on tbe UDuleval'dJIII".b"I'beo.: by nnlutlnmte It, upon Us eneiu.. And as it tines inrrredicnts for nlal.aml only do so now ueoauna of 'a deutre to tona ...........ub...Ilk.. ..... .. C. Crowell ...... 128
why not? 'Tor If plagues or pcHtlkuI have othor. bonnt.a by th. ul. of your mo.t lot 1, blk i. WalU sub, blk U, Day. I .
i
I, can get a iflrl: for )her board, or pay upto ; friend! .of the great uovcilHt.As i' have hl'ell In the the purification of the blood excellent ma till I
t' 20 lusor ($4) a month for one who bis I'I atoms conveyed ranch felt tha need lots 2U and SO blk .
one tliluks of a Uan :wIth shaggy and also well-known tonic sprlnyl vorjt: e a tonlo ; was Wal. ub blk 6J, ", .
cooks washes and Irons Girls are often oinnu full of the Jungle burs of adventure air from dllTercnt regions. If men nt a : :It the I troubled wlln\ Dyspepsia and Constipation nnd Daytonalot .... .. .. .......... ;. Il r. Waab" Howard ....... 423Eflianuel
for '! distance have Infected' \ each other If properties. making mT Wood was. In bad condition.. use of your U, blk 2, Ureen'a lub in blk 6.1:, Day- ." '''" I : -
Rood family
thankf(pi r< enter a so I can see tlio autuor.of ideal remedy in Cases where spoolno has driven awny Indioatlous. of Dya* Ion. .. Hargrove ...
::\ their board. 6"or the tn a there l la very "Monte-ChrUto" as bo appeared on thatmemol'ablo tbe shadows of some trees be noxious.If pep.la. reicalatad my bowels, enriched my blood lots 17 an'd"i8."bik"il'"orc n"sub'iu'uk... . _. _. __ 12 .
i'. little work, and the papers are full of evening. Standing about torpedoes deliver tht'Ir opium 11*. n the blood has del crinriilcil, and oaued ma lo Bain 80 pounds. ia walghtsc uJ, Daytona >:..>**. .* .. l quitablv 11, I L. Co... 1 03
tho stomach disordered und that I fe..l in baiter physical condition than. I lot 8, blk 4, Oreen's lub in : : Daytona .
nnd themselves lk.6
distance
dull] stupefy beyond
account
suicides, on ,, during the. ., friends actresses, writers .. .,. Williams .
Swampy
.
were women ; have lu years. In iay judgment there la no battar .... .. t. ... 83
Clliled
''t seasons of starvation." poets, attracted by a world of romance we cannot reasonably deny he appetite nas tonio ajd blood puriitor on the market than your Ijt 21, blk 4, Urecn'ii >ub blk SJ, Day-
"that there from .and tooa .. lien Cioodcn .. ....., 170
f', symbolized In the flgure seated In the siiys may proceed 3 S. S. being U purely preparation, I unhealtatlns laoommfind it lot X4, bik'V.'Grecn's'Vub'ln'blk'wi'DJytoni ; -
It. 'uoh-
AvoldlBsr"'' she was saytng again middle of the III Ion. I was In lantl1Impl'essod subtler seeds more agile emunlitiollO.I vegetable compound, leaves A- LHBB.. ..... ....... .......... .. Itcbeeca Uaraus .... ..163
I "We women which contemn those laws and Invade .1-3 of lot. 27 and and 29. ulk 4, .
the and
with two things-the frescoes no bud after-effects like strong potash mineral remedies' which 2
,
r '' .
silence.. Orsen's sub in blk Daytonalot Mary X
"suffer" In believe" that do on the walla and the attitude of I at distance tI PXlI'ctl..I.) But there are bud on the stomach and nerves. A course of S. S. S. now will 6. blk 5. Grc.n' : blk 53 .:;:::::: :: :: ::: Hair, of A. oLer : .:::: t tInt
you '
, 1 can rendlly the host. He silt like a silent oriicle wns a limit to the credulity of Sir fortify the and the impurities that have accumulated 10. blk 6. Green's blk 63...,. ... I'aulnic Ainika ....... 11
1/ offer In silence tile man replied 1 Thomas and ns for the generation" of system through lot 24, sub of lot 1, 64, Daytona..,. .. lly. McCon ... .... .
? "Ton take so much pleasure in talk,"- surrounded by it crowd of female admirers the long winter months are more readily and promptly thrown off.and lot ia, sub of lot 1, blk 64, ay.la... .. ,.. U. C. McLaeu .... ... 3 (U
, the whole company sot off by the btiJtlllHlt. tliat "It proceedeth from in lots 2 and 3, blk i>4, Dnytonas ......., .. Lena S. lilaud .......1
11" weather finds
Philadelphia' Press. panels representing life sized figures a cock's egg batched under u tond or nscrpeut the warm you good physical condition, instead of 60 I of w 106 it of 1'- .. Minnie I AUthews .... WU
J weak run-down tired and debilitated with no appetite all .. .. ... .. and L E. Cars- .
w from Uoellll,' iti'ent driiinn-Finist.nlcph's he thought It a conceit no or energy, as 6 D.ylo. 1. .. 422
.. .
o)! ecs: Mnrgiierlle. Th TO w -i 1 e uio.ititi'ous as the brood itself.-Forest, is apt to be the case where the system is neglected and nature left to all ex s S ft of o 600 U blk 61)), Daytona. ... .... L w.l Wall..and E. L. Can- "

:So: Tired nu other pltturt-s lu the. ropm. Tho Inlluonce and Streuw.I take care of herself. If you need a tonic and appetizer, you will un.urveyed 'manh-ln front of lot 1, blkbl '- : . 422

ot those figures tlio attitude ofDtiDins I find S. S. S. the best. Medical advice without charge to all who write us ), Daytona ..... .... ... .. K. Conrad ..... ..' 102tona

It may 'bo from overwork, but nnd bin worshipers concentrated bout their case. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA. w 55 ft.of. .IteO !ft. .f.!lot..1: blk.09:..Day-: : :. Oliver Steven. ...:... .. 1 28w4
J
the changes are Its front an 'In. the mind, on the quintessential( element w 60 ft of a 270 ft of lot 1, blk 09, Daytona
uf I'Miiinurc. Half IndllYcrent he ->> : ., R. H. Edmundion .. 1 28
active LIVER. linuJiomo wouinii V Plants .. w 110 ft of e 32 ft of lot 2:blk 70, Daytona : .
0< sat, ni some young oung -- .
.. 144II.
"" : i* .," ,. Julius Clements ... ,
l With a well conducted LIVER would HtroUo bin head while another e 4(1 It ;of w 156 It of lot Daytona -

,one can do mountains of labor would pl.tto her liand: on bill .shoulder NOTICE.NOTK'B t.. .... ...tjlk'i...... .. .. S. Sharp ......... I ??
of lot 8, blk 71 Heirs ol Catherine Wilson 4 Tit
1mvo done, with 'tilil Every farmer knows that Daytona ...... .
an
without fatigue.It as lliey might l is bc-roby ulveti thai the following dosrrlbod lands will be sold at puMlo, 101 6 and U, blk 2, sub of lot 4, blk VI,
lion long tamed and without tet'lb.'IIPI'o some plants grow better than on Ibu sixth 'av' of JUIIP, A I 1). III'M at tlio friv-t door of tbe tliy: U ill inl Daytona .... ... .. Jeo. Edwards ... ...... 249
" \' adds hundred percent to 1 wus nothing to dlxtriict tho mind l>eLIIIJII.,1.111, ,, onllllt.Floi'ldll.. or HO ninuh lbere HS will be pe essiiry t* pny' the e 6 I ol lot tf, s of canal blk 71, DayMr .

one earning capacity. from the lumuony of idea and perMonnllly others. Soil may be the same Hnuinnt, d IP fur taxes lu-rein" set oppoolte to tbe nnme levied by Ibe said lllv! of De-Land. 1 .ft of'eWfV'oi'lot'i''b'lk"7i"uay' .. Palo Stillman ... 123liabelle

' I and seed the tOjeib( witb the cost of sucli sale and ad>'ertlsliiji .... Ford ... 128
" -tho coinpiiuy of women mlyht; : may seem same tona ... .
It can be kept In healthful actlo* nnd .W ft of w 115 ft of lot 7, blk 71, Ua>-
of frescoes
have been )part tlio but some plants are weak and tona ...... .. .. lon llogan ..,.. ...... 1 10
, by and only byTuff's Dumas thc creator of "Fnl1 t" InHtoiul\ others Amount of lot 3, blk 87, Uaytona .. ) A. .-Uurn .... 2 11
r of "JIonte-ChrlHlo." Thcru was nn enchanted strong. Owner. Description of Land. I Taxes n 37 ft of ZJU I of lot 4, blk 2, Coleman's -
add Daytona L. K. Style. .... ... 33
: element nbout tlio people iiutl And that's the way with and Costs. lot 8. blk 3, Coleman's add Vay'unll. .. Agne. M. 80."al .... l 0.

the ro.itii. I children. like lot 43 blk 3, Coleman's add Daytona. .. .. C, W. Whlo .,... .. 1
They are young lot 3,.blk 4, Coleman's add Duytona... C. W. .... .. u Uu
conversed .
; whole Whi.
Pills The company anioiiKtliemnelvcs : plants. Same food home Berry & Kent ...... .......Lot U, sub of block 2. Hovers' nmp" ".. .. I 0 71 lot 6 and wft of lot 7, blk 2, Movers' odd
stnnillug. as If they w..cat same Heirs nf Wm I\loCeb .. ...SM ol n4} In' I I. block 4, Rogers' map.... Daytona .. .. CUlhrh"M. Italluiig'.i, .. P I .
cottit, while the boot silt still mid same care but some grow big inrah 8 a..OoIDn... . . ..Ki lot 4, lilock S, Rogers' map .. . .., :3 1 lot. a and ?2a, make ... !rnddo k .. .. IISM
,..' mueeil. I wns held by the 1 FdCo.r., ........... . Lot 1. null lot J, blrrr: f, Jojrl' map.... lot. o and 43, liluke .......... .n 0. I. ..h.". .. .. )
> mystery :ind strong while others stay I .. .. .. .. ... ...SwJi lot 4, block 10, I .... 011 lut 4Ja, Ulako .. ... \V. 1. Mallicw. ...... M
the fascination of the romantic atmosphere ol.r. lot lllake .. 1'. Mathews J .. .... OS14J
t :TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 'I mall Heirs A \V Sbimer ..... ..Lot block 10, I DJer' .... ..... .. 10 2- 4Ja. 1. .
: and weak. I. lot. 4o, and 4ia, l>lako ... .. .
,. the peculiar spell of the lui -e Anna K Bncohus.. .. .. >. H 44,47 h.o.rlcWrhr.l
.LolaltDlo.bID..kl. Rogers'map. .
I lot. t>li, & OS, Blake ... . .. (
! ) that filled tho fauteull like Scott's Emulsion offers (ICIIelllnic.... .. 14 30
mans an .. .
-- an 'I"I'a'.llp .f' lot 74. lllako .. .. ... 1'rederlikV right ....
... ... .
. Idol of adamant. For there was something I M W fcargent .. ........ .WK lot 1, blnok 17, map..... 1 19 lot 108. Ulake .. J. E. Norton ... ..... 2 ll>
easy way out of the difficulty.Child Eiiulinble Trust Co . . .Lots A and B, nub lot 1. block 2'S' Roger*' map ) 1 IsO.I lot Blake H. ...,.,
A Bihar's Last Idol li. l. 1lhtw. 311
-Wl.b. of the about tbe 1
man. I weakness Gilbert ... ... .....tp11011.bllk2ILFoler..m"p. ........ .. 1 IS e% lots 1 and 2, blk 4, Ounlawton... .. 1. 10nr. .......
A Greek died In the small town of thought of a Buddhist statue In a sitting often means J 13 Brown .. . ....... mop.. 218 .,' of W6-10 of lot 1, blk t, Uunlawion. .. Wes Johnson .... ... >'

Caracal having always lived on the posture corpulent nt the biixu ; .tarvation, not because of lack A W Brown ... .. ....WJ4 lot Jacob Golden .. .. Lot II. add 275 ft of C, 1'ort Harriet Daniuls ..., .. i>JII.
alms of his compatriot* Before dying at the The lower of the .. .. Klnusbury's ..... (IS bil Urunge .
crisp top. part
I ;A; food, but because the food Heirs Kll worthy.... ,...... .EJi of w 3-8 lot block 1, Howry's add... II HIEminn I..1, 2 and wVi of 4 and G, blk D,
he made his wife swear that slie would\ face was of porcine dlinenalons, the J Klluker ...... .. .J.t 10, h'ook 4, Howry's ndd.... .. 10 1)1WERandall ) Port.Ur.nae ..... .. K. Dulloi. ....,.. 703
bury him In the. dirty old overcoat I skin swarthy, the hair curly the expression I Joes not feed.Scott's .. ... .. .N r>3 ft nfe 100 It lot 4, blnok O.Howry's Rdd 8 2IEqultab.e lot 1 and s 1-J of lot J bIK li, 1'ort Orn23 -
which he Trusr Co ..W It of n lot 4, block 9. add. *. .. ......... .. l'lorenc. U. Dul.t. ... 174
wore every day. The pOOl'woman of the eyes calm and spblnxlllic. Emulsion really feeds ..... lOt % Howry's 10 M of lo't 2, 'blk"E, I'ort Orange. ...... 1 HtLlziie
.
'(mil to ask Mum L, l>eel.lnl... ... N Iot4 bloak 10, Howrv's ndd ...... 813 .. .. .. 1'
the Greeks of He was n man who not only had lot 13, blk Fort Oiailgalot. .. .. Manly trustee
and gives the child Heirs M .. .... ...J.otsllO U Inc., blouk 17 Howry's add .. .. 014 t' M
Caracal growing blk F, 1'oit Orange ... .. .. Elua Manning ... 3
to lielp her to provide the Invented life but bad It, Critic.AdTvrtlelaaT 1 and
coats seen M Davis bl"ck J. Walts'uikl, .. .
.. ... .. ....I.ot lOt .. tl lot Port Orange .. Heirs of John Clark .. ''
of the funerul. A good hearted Greek strength. MM Moore .... ... . .I.t8.nlock3.Wah add .. ...... 1' ISJTKIIeker lot 2, blk l., 1'ort Orange .. Heirs ol John Clark ,... 1-H
went to st* her In her affliction and.\ Whatever the of weakness ( ....... ......I.t 1lnd 2Iock\ 2, Waits'adil. / ..... 74 .13 of lot 8, blk K, Port Orange ., .. Heirs ol li. W. J.hn.ol. 1 J?
pointing to the body said ho would Editor-Does It pay to advertise Inmy i cause HETuvlor ....... .. .. .. .. Aaadlhloc. 8. Itlub's add.. ...... 171 w 190 ft of ft of lot 4, but .'1. 1'ort
.
and failure to U OCodilngton..... ...Lot F, add ........ Orange ... .. F. O. Stew.r ... ... 1 3H
,give her 11 tetter coat to bury the man paper? Well I should say It does. growScott's E AFelir.... .......... .. ...Lots 1.7.8.0. 10, 11,13 ami 13, block A, Hays' lot 2, blk N. Port Orange .. Heirs J. M.ilcy ... 1 27Heirs
In. Then she told him of the doail Look at Smith the grocer for Instance Emulsion seems to find .. .. ,... .. ... ... 140 1014 blk N. Port Or.na. ....... ". .. of. John Clark .. 1 4< .

mnn's lust wish. The Greek whose He advertised for a boy last week,. and it and set the matter right.Send EAFebr .. .. .. .. .... Lots 4.I, B, 7 ", I II. 10,1 and 18. block B, Hays'add all: blk Daniel's 1, lemming add add to 1'ort to Tort Orange.Oiange;... ':. ':. '::. Harriet. Chisholm Daniels, :::::::::: 12171Pemniular 14fWm.

suspicions the very next day Mrs. Smith bad ................ .. ... 145 33 9 1'roiluce Co. Ill .
"'' ''n awakened told her n ft of >fe of lot 1 111
.
for free .nmple.I E H iMcDoualil . . .Lots 1 100 I) Inn. imd lots 2 .
11 '
12 13,14 and 17, .uUSimeon
: TO Eliza Manning .. .
lot 3 .
thnt she should certainly not part with !twins-both boys. !Scott ft: liowne,,chemists,409 Pearl St.,New York .. 4 .7.8 ... . 8 16:1 .. >
'
I I\lololll.I.RO'II. .. w acres oi lot 3. sub ol lot & ..... b 7 Hcnaurt ... OJ
and D '
all .
.
5ou. f Loo druggists.CASTORIA
the body before she ; lohn .. .... .. '. .
had well examined MuOratb ... 1 adil .... .. 0 nJ8 ol 1 lot 2 ID 31Klunch : Bennett HiH. .
the (coat for there must be Home purtlculiir 1) 1"10" ........... ... .. .. Lotsll. 7 anil. \block 1. Anu.tn>iif'| ndd... 7 lot 8, Allendalen'A ":::.:::.:::::::::::::::::: I i ttolanvin ::::::.. :: 2 3i>

for lmon.... ... .. Lot 11. blnck 1, > rniHlronn's ndd.. .... and eM oi .e4 and ..' oi .o ... 19 1(1( XI C. Mody....:... 7:1:
reiuon .
tilt''llIe..l. Thi ,Jciappb' Diimnn (Tax 1W2)) Lot :, blnck 1. AI'I.t'.II'1 mid.. .. 90 und 1-3 int in nw4 of se'4wj4 .,.,.... 161f 3J .. .Saul & l'ow.1 ..... k. .
widow iinpkked! tile lining of tlio, overcoat 'ntrs KM: Worthy ... .... .. .. K"t4, bl ,'k 2. Armstnmu'ii udd .... 74 of sw4 oi swS4 ol sw',4 ...... < :u .. ....,... ll.'lC.
ami found :i,1.nii)!> fnines In bunk IIflrn.1 M SAlft. .....I.t.1 nnd 10, block 'J, Armiunmic's add..., J'h.
w 5 oi nw)4) n of creek 3J At Jack tliC.
: notes whleli, the miser. wished to tnkl'I Irs 1r"I"y Hubiimon... 1. b ouk : A"I..ll''I( 1.'d......... 74 ol .'rrt. 10 A. Moody ., 1 Si
nVa ... .
.. ..
3 t
Hulls R<)blns Into the Br"lcv I. .. Frederick A. Clark il
grmo'' with Mm-: nw4! oi .... ..... 111 : l
l b nuk 2. ... a
.
n"'jl"oll"Jobn.OI. .I.t Arm..r'JI'.ed,1' .. 6 lot 7 Crt Id 31.. F. F. Wheeler .... 14
ok11.\ .. ...... .. ...1nl.IIIIII. add.... 1 n. lien Stearns .... .,. :
.... ..... ..... : 2 11 10 .
'Vice Uenvrnl-i Ka.... Vi Hank. .. ........ 1 C'oraon's add .. .... I 11. all ..... .... 2 3 Hel.of H. L. Taylor .. S 1)3)
:
Ir.ctlon
Like< Cyniiiu de! !UorgiM'nc, Uenpral l 1 n (L T Dniiio ....i.. ... .Syj Iotl7. Corsnn's: ndd. .... ......... 9.1 lot Ponce Park ........ 1. Fisher .... .. IllMl
1.111101... ... .. .. .8>i IntI7.Cor..I..Idd.......... .. OS lot 4. blk sub of lot 2 ....... > 17 34 .. McCulloughJ. ....,
if 2
the ri'gulur iiriny WUH posKuaueU of i Will'inn............l,a n..s.dd..... .. ... ... ttoHulrlek 101 8,4 6, blk 7, sub ol lot ". .. .17 H ... l. McCullough ., .., !>U
nose whlcli uxdtud! curioHlty If mi.comment. . . ..8'A' 1"l2a: .1..01..11..1.... ... .... 113II 3, blk 5, Coronado lleacli ....... .. .. A. renshaw .....,.. I"
\\\'hC'I'O"I'"r ho III'PI'IU'I'11.1 an Newmons .. ., .NK l"t S.I, ...... .. 115.Murv 1013, blk 18, Coronado lleach ...... .. K. H. FehrM. ...,... ....
one of the for Infants and Children. 1. Iltllon........ l.I.I'd: 9!1 CorMoI'I ndd .. ..... 1 7fKivlra lot 6, blk 18, Coronado ......... .. E. Lafol.1 ..... 1 WMl
LopH given ut tlie tlie Mr.. M. .
puat I :I .. .. ..l. .. Ilhl (.o..n.. udd ... 183Klvira lot 4, blk IK, Coronado .> 1 : I ::: :::::
:
dancers wore fancy dress and ,... i. lot 2, blk I, Coronado :::::::: .. ::: Mr.. M. A. Austin 0-1
mnsl .. Lots : mid Corn .hh. :
The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature ; Iloblnnon . V 0) m'u ndd (Tux 11)02)) ) .. 135 1 .. Clark .
5, blk ,
lot Coronada Mary
The general's partner chanced to be a of Chas. II. Fletcher and has been made under his Lewis Dunlvla ... .. .lotT.hlock I I, Hiilulilns'.n'it ltd 1.......... 115IjJDyke lot 12. blk B, sub ol lot 1 :::::::::: 10 i 34 ::: bliabeth Lee.::::::.: ::: :

vivacious" joung tiling who hud 'nevermet .. .,... N i blur k nji, C.rloro""I1" ......... ftt lots 4 and 6, blk 3. 1'qwhattan Beach .. I. W. Smock ......... him before.; Nor' wns she tlitfwUer personal supervision for over SO years. Allow no one .1 I W" r>r>elumr ........ 8 block 08, "... .. 01 lots 18, l and 2V, blk 4, I'oorhaltan lleacli .. Kllen 1. Terry ......
L any to deceive In this. Imitations and \V O Iloblix . ..".r...S4K I'lisnr "JJ hl.ol HM. f'orpnrsllnn nt |I',.. I I Inl.12.udI3.blklu.1owh..an.ach. '.. .. .. 0.1.11 ....... ... 01
us toIlls Identity when following you Counterfeits AUIiliii-k .. 27 34 1 .....
AOII.1 lur.ln'I. .. ... I C.r"'ut"1 map.. .. 1. ..... 1 IUen 1."y h
the ciutoin nt u.nxk Imllw. lie removed "Just-as-good" are but Experiments/ and eudangcr the I.Tulbl. .. ...... .IC HI.lnukfl.C.p'r"I'n l mui' ....... 215 n 8 it ol s it ol n)4) ol lot It, Ilk i.
the .. .. ( ''uri.orutl 115 New myrn_.....' .. Julia E. Stringe ...... 21
(i-overltiK (rum his face. IIIHpartner health of Children-Experience against Experiment. Chl. 1.\.111.. .. .. HI.O..w blnckl Uoulhry. ''' .
.111. ... .. V. A. and W. Clark. .
New
., .... ...... / ) Corpor tl followed milt mid! her prattle or"h.llopIO.j. lot Id, Fulford's New ..., E. F, ....., 811
Smyrna
It Walker. ." ... ..KH; ] ) bloukIJ./orllr'lol( ) : map 175I M.n.fol
ceased for uivlilie. Then she rmiiurked.reproachfully The Kind You Have Always Bought .'.. K block, lots 146 and 147, blk 10, Andrews, Nev :
I ucv I: Itm-nlls. .. .... ; :1 of )j !Ina. C..I".I'1' m.ip... .. 74Ardrew .. .. Unknown 3
.. .. .. .... 8
: "Oh. but It Isn't flllr''YIU N>liunl.............. n"H b'nuk 111. ..rl..lull| iiiip 1 11Kllxa Imyrn. .
10 239 and 240, blk 19, Andrew),
ImveiTr taken oil your nUllel"N i Bears the Signature of : Rl-hnnUon ...... .. .. I j 10' fi i.f i If 111. Curppi'utlon map 74 New Smyrna.. .. .. ... Unknown. .. .. ... 341 \
York Herald. I'.IU-l Klvlinrdmn, ... .. ..... 100 It f NH bluuk C.rl"'rlUol: map ((1'rx1IHI2 lots 303 and blk 21, Andrews, '

.. .... .. .. ..... ......:.. 104LcverM .:Smyrna. 3.. .......... .. Unknown 341
< n I .A ln8"IIIExocl'or' ..N H bln.'k 1IU .. .. ..... lots 268. 2b9 and 270, blk 24, Andrews
.. IH"nry'Vplo. ..... ....... .Lot 10 liinck 101. f'orponitlo'i in 'p .... 66 New m .. .. : .. Unknown. ... ... .. 341
..r'L.. -. : .. .. ......Lot I 13. h'nuk' 1111! )orp ration m.IP.. ..... 5fniiiu" lots 310 311 and 312, blk 24, Andrews.
Millur .. ..... ........Low 10, HI nnd 17, Corporation map . W New Smyrna .. Unknown 3 41 1
!/lll Humors I .. : .1 i Sw..er.y". .... ... Lo* 1:1.1: lock miii| .. 110Hiuniiel lots 1, > and 8, bile 8, Picket i Grt, 1
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l"I.lorpollol Wm. I'''
Sturgis .
.. Mllli-r.. .... .. Lol 24. block 60 Smyr'ia : ..
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11.t.II".Rt.III0p.
1,,1> . ... .... lot 21a. J. Sanchez Urt ......... Gl 1 3 .1 Unknown. .. .. .. 8414S \
In Use For Over 3O Years. .lh.lnylnl. ...Albloukll".l.orpO.o'lonl'lp. l'l lot 24 A, D. Grt 54 S. ..
.i Alv.rr .. Elenlkln.on .. "
...
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Arc Impart wlJch skin I Chupm.in.. t and 11)3. Cor.Iiiirntlun .
juattors .
.. 127
Jlie ..... ... .. .. .. .... Ilul 11. lot 28 II, D. Alvarez Urt ........ Hj 1 34 1 Em.la J.ckon ... .
.nu. OO" ''' .u... ... .....0. mnn, ... ....... .. 84! Alvsrea .
lot A, D. Grt. 52
liver kidneys awl other 017gan. 8 ....... 1 3.. Mor. .... Il
cant Clnra W Mooie '".., ..,... !.All 1.1,. 2oO, Ci>rorntion( map. ...,..... 175i ft ol w 549 It ol lot B, C and .

not take cure of without help, there ti : LJllubll..ol ............ .WUblnck 2 Corporation map...... .. 11 3 33 G. Alvares Grt....3...3.... 5 17 M... J. W. Gidden ......' 118 1
*94 ..M'mm>#*4xxutittt*&** mwmtt iw v+*i> t. ... .... AJl.lotk21.\.4'orpor.Uun map ... 1 71 3 C, Alvares Grt .......... 5 1 1.. :Mary A. Kimbal ...... 25
Such au accumulation of them. J .. ..' 8 lots Hawks Mary A. *>.
t'bnpnmil .. ...j... bloOIH Ilt.DrporILlon map 1 : .a.I
llttor the M..1 GRANT lots: and 14, lot 1.:... 3 i 34 U D. Hatch .::::: 3 Bl
They whole system. J. A. BRICKiSON. 1 BI.Y. 12 8It fi 4 ... i'kof...... 3 18 3 2 I,. D. Hatch ........ 1."
Pimples, bolls, eczema and other Treasurer and Tax Collector City of D.Lld. Volusla County,Flu. s 2 DIO l.n. r.y Urt... 4 IS 3 Sanford Lean 8 Trust Co. 3 OS
chs of
s Murrsy Mctlardy
eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired DEALER INOantn' :i Gr.2 010... ..... .....8....... 4 W ..... ... ... ...... 9 13 m S. Ellen VMIkln.on ...
3
!/ billons turns flu 1
feeling, of Indigos-. I In Clroiilt Court. 7Hi Judicial 01
:If: Ciroul lot ..... 13 Unknown .. .. .. 133
ami Boys' Clothing. Huts and Notice Non-Residents. .. .... .".. II 8 3
to in
Caps. mid for
3 tlon, dull headaches and many othei 1'I"rldR. V..II.II In lot C, Eldora ..... .... .... 1. Fred Lohman ..... '.. 11
",II"R. Gents and Children Shoes. BHppers anTriuhberaBugify Cblncur., Ipll .... ..... .. ... .,.. 3 18 3 3 Grant Bros.. ....... 4
| troubles are due to them In Circuit Court Judicial of AKTHUH C. BUCKNKR, C'uiupla'nunt] lot 13. Oak Hill ..... ...... ... 11 3.. Jennie B. Adam ..... 35
,
and Humus 7th V.lroul ne% of swtt and seK oi ) 6 1 Raymond, trustee.,...
_.. Wagon!! *. Saddleseto. isNOKAH ... 8 8 L
owl
I Florida, In und {or Volusla County. InChancery. E RUCKNICR,Defendant. of lot 1 ....... .,.... 6 8 L Raymond Iru....*... 8
{ .'Hood's Sarsaparilla Hewing Machines. Or "nH. PJHnoHanrt ,.InlllcI\II..atrnmenll It of nc'/t ..,......... .... T 19 3.. L".ymald. trustee..,:. 2 :)
,
appearing by the nlHdiivIt of
1 tbe
complainant lots 1. 3 and 4, bin a, Howe's Homestead
and Pills general, Repair Shoe'. Harness. MHohlnen, eto In lie al re uausa IliHt ttae L JAN* I..DULL. Complainant ivndant. NorHh. E. Buckner. In a resident' 01 lot 4, W Pablo Rosetta Grt...... Williams ...... i
a State, of er tbilil tbe tnta of Knrlila; lot 18. W. Pablo. Rosetla Grt...... L H. Thrasher ....". 8
Bemore all humori, overcome an Havens Block DeLarid Florida. OKOROH II. JIILLARD, thi .oldploe..f ral'l defendant Is b'I laved lots 2, 3 snd 7. Lucas, Crayon Grt... C .L. M. tmigan. ..... 168 '
I HAKLKS F. 1&11&1 by int i" lu Iheol'y' of 1'erre Haute tmd 1-10 Int In n 300 acres oi Del.spln. J
thelr,.effectsY \stroiigthen,. tone. and ndMrs. nnil, State of Indiana. that said delend nt Urt and Pochard Grt....... .43 and 4 1 35wV 8 J. C Cooper ....r,..... 211
Invigorate; tho whole system. -_...... ............,...., ........., ..., .... Cuts. V HKSSSR, Defendants.It haWb"ih el: "of twenty-one y ar>, und D. P. SMITH,

,
ro In
appearing bv the affidavit of tbe nttor reraon Ibis State (be "

;, 1, ;*! baxf silt.rbanm" on sny hands so; that .r ney tor the complainant to Ibe above cause, service nil, ofproe'.lp.n wbnm wou'd bind Tax Csllector .Volusla County, Florida. ,
eoold not I took Rood's r. F. Hesser and : I* tliereupon ordered
work.
I Sarssparllls that tbe ,I ;:
: defendllntR.lh"rla. tbat the laid defendant. Norub K. Buuk-
and>.tt,dror 014 Uw burner,..,! oootlouwj ,1 ,.why; ,Not Drink Mrs, Cbele.otber than.tba State of rosl.lents Florida* tbnttbe of aState ner, be and *be U hereby required to appear .-. 4'
Its UM till !lb*> sons disappeared. lisa tn th" hill nf uomplalnt herein
., on or bffine'
of said Is
residence of eaoli
jI" <*. Baown;Rntaford Calls;Ma," :PURE WATER believed by nlHant to be In d.rendant.olty IbBflrBt Monday In June, A.D.ltl, Ixtlnu I B .)
r". ? tbe Ulb of .
day ald
tbe
'
: thnt each
Oblo of x
; ulnnatl and Stale of i II
'Mo d'e .
air aparllla
promisee
teI : Ilranlrll Vlt, Minerd by afllant ba Bld bill will bn taken as confeuwjil aDd
Wlllar believed to
THB Hprlulf I. Iu Raid defendants Is
on.lUp..ad be
"1'11)
I ur* and keep* the promise. ,' ... III( uempliilnant will bav lavs to ,
(
) rre rom .lenal. mnll r a.d. pt'.ln" millard p ollCr.lo.! over twenty-one ,years ol age, and tbat proceed -.wiL ;

4''. ,. a. '.rt" I b I. :.. ::d"tt ive d rj. :: ".."b 11I11" U ICru. of'there process It no upon person whom would State bind the said service defendants uxuurta It U further o..erl thAt tbls order be .d. ,

',!. W promptly obtain V. 8. and VoralftnPATENTS tll. (f IInlIl1., ,,"',...."" ncbllmla&ry. ...Inll.'ullell'''' Bt-Iulr, WI.en.IIII ono ,or either of tnem; It is thereupon publlnbud for conMOutlve weeks In tbe "- : Furniure1,
of .11. "" .t "heml.t In Ibl. ... Charles Rcord. newtpappr
uoontr)1. B. Ogdlln, dlr.'wr. "e""" York IOnd ordered that tbe said dur.ndlot llsbecl lit I pub ian4
otbel. count/ of DeLemd and"
t, F. Hesser snd Mrs. Cburles F. Hesser be Vulu.11 1 I
and
... 11.B ','TDto 1of Ctov laid Ohio wr''''., "I| W ihfl pure-t soring- water and each of them Is bt-reby required to appear Mime ol Florida.
''lIaO..a. 110 si* 1 >in ii..lnir. U and, r..mm..dllll ltnotli| "rs It..nl'l1""d. t tbe bill nf complaint herein on or Witness u>r blml and the seal of old We have stocked both outf stores, DeLaBd Orange with

a trlxl' lo o nvlniii' > anyn 8 tb-it 'It ha* n.. iupernr| .. a InMe waur." before tbe flrat MonUtiy In June A. D 1 eonrt'. l'04i' at P tbls 4tb"" da10 May A. a new and extensive line of beautiful furnlture'w'atch we Ciy.

,'i aiiy 1 pf. ..i.|. bav. vlnllmt Or"nlllll1l" hv sdvlca o Ih. Ir pbynlolans: f I'Ihj 11104, : day of said montb, (ili-al) H 'JII'rD JORDAN. at rock bottom prtces-In fact our prices are not duplicated ojerlng.1
l1Irp'o..t if ailnK tho Mineral .
Poring Water deriving. arost Iwneut from otherwise will be taken aa con-
D ODD for kllll... 'Ibawswi'tadrawa from a snbu-rr.tnean fbbal'WI and Clerk Ulroult Court county. You have had bargains at cur. Stores. but better ones,
bonk.iGA5'NOW Kpitn* 117 feat bol' wthe re..d by so appelrlol await gOOd '
surfHor.U very palatab'e and alto. llier the Bust Water lo be found lir tha' oomp wi have t proeaed 1 I you. =
Alt kinds of Second band household good bought and Bold.. See .

*rutb...Or.*..?' r/ lrat.lac'ksoitvlllali' > o< rapeltlnii with 'II"n1' oilier di-p'ajs.' It In plbl.bed weeks II i_ MMMMMMMMNMMMMM !
now twin* bfittlrd snrlnt oi.e b1 te> IIr.nIIIClt") :\tlnpraI8'rlnlt! (l"mi.anr, County Record, a newspaper
.put}up In a'trsxitlve si. U In oases of M hult-IJ.lJula Uoillcs. Vor furtber luforqRAISGE published at In said county of
< "aton, ....r,.... .. usla and 8 at of Florida. Vo ..Ick. Remedy.or -- .

CITY MllSTERAt Whness hand and the seat of '
A f H I i r f :-|TMlNfcTOfSO.C. ; [ SPRING ..CO., vmrtat UeLand tbls &day of May, .al Cattle at' '.

C.A. BUu.zN.Ht.: .. ,. 'Orange! City ITU. 1904.
t; 'fl 1 ,Clerk (JORDAl.lru" Cour. FISHER'S DRUG- o a1Ptr" :DON'T''WogJ6b"Work..



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